A clear-eyed, prescient depiction of a possible future that seems all too real today. Vourvoulias writes with complexity and compassion as her characters struggle with injustice, and as they carve out small triumphs amid tragedy and pain. A deeply grounded sense of magic permeates this story, as well as the gift and burden of memory for what has been left behind and might still be rescued or acknowledged.

World Fantasy Award and Nebula finalist Kate Elliott

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