We’ve never needed Sabrina Vourvoulias more than we do right now. With Ink, her journalist instincts and storytelling chops bring to life a terrifying tale of a dystopia that just happens to be our reality. If we’re going to survive this present political moment, we need books like this, to show us how we are awful – and remind us how we are strong.

André Norton award-winning author Sam J. Miller

Like Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, to which this novel has been compared, Vourvoulias’s text makes chillingly clear how close beneath the surface of a liberal civil order lies a more oppressive regime … … yet it also gives us reasons for hope that people might rise above their defensive reaction to difference, refuse such separations, and seek common human community.

Los Angeles Review of Books