Meags Fitzgerald is a prairie-born, Montreal-based illustrator, graphic novelist and performer. Her first graphic novel, Photobooth: A Biography won the 2015 Doug Wright Spotlight Award, was nominated for a Joe Shuster Award in the Best Cartoonist category, and she was named a 2014 Writer to Watch by CBC Books. Her follow-up book, the graphic memoir Long Red Hair was nominated for an Expozine Award in the Best Book category and has received acclaim from CBC Books, Comicosity and Autostraddle. Fitzgerald’s short comics have appeared in the Secret Loves of Geek Girls anthology, in Taddle Creek Magazine, The New Quarterly, Geist, Carte Blanche and The National Post. She’s currently working on a graphic novel about hands and handedness.