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June 16, 1980
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
She visited Israel as part of a Birthright Israel tour in 2007. the self-published minicomics she made about that experience won her a 2008 Ignatz Award for "Promising New Talent." In 2010, Glidden wrote and illustrated the graphic novel How to Understand Israel in 60 Days or Less, a full-length exploration of her 2007 trip. The book has subsequently been translated into five languages.
Since the publication of How to Understand Israel in 60 Days or Less, Glidden has been working in comics journalism. Her 20-page comic on Iraqi refugees in Syria was published on the website Cartoon Movement in 2011, and she also did work for the comics journalism publication Symbolia.
- Rolling Blackouts: Dispatches from Turkey, Syria, and Iraq (Drawn & Quarterly, 2016)
- How to Understand Israel in 60 Days or Less (Drawn & Quarterly, 2016 ; first edition Vertigo/DC Comics, 2010) ISBN 978-1401222345
- Small Noises (self-published, 2006)
- Cavna, Michael. "Sarah Glidden discusses 'How to Understand Israel in 60 Days or Less'".
- http://comicsalliance.com/sarah-glidden-how-to-understand-israel-in-60-days-or-less-interview/[permanent dead link]
- "24 Hours of Women's Cartooning: Sarah Glidden". 29 March 2013.
- "2008 Ignatz Award Recipients". Small Press Expo. 2008.
- "To the Comic Drawn". NYMag.com.
- http://comicsalliance.com/sarah-glidden-the-waiting-room-syria/[permanent dead link]
- Weinberg, Jessica. "Hello to Symbolia: New iPad-only comics journalism magazine launches today," Columbia Journalism Review website (Dec. 3, 2012).
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