Kay Sohini is a comics-maker and a PhD candidate in English at Stony Brook University. She is currently drawing her doctoral dissertation as a comic, which is an ethnographic project about race, gender, sexuality and illness politics. Recently, her work on comics has been published in Assay: A Journal of Non-fiction Studies, Sequentials, and is about to be published in de Gruyter’s Handbook of Comics and Graphic Narratives and Penn State University Press’s Covid-19 Anthology in 2021. Earlier this year, she received the Edward Guiliano Global Fellowship to fund the fieldwork for her graphic project “Resistance During the Fall of the World’s Largest Democracy” that aims to look at the resistance movement against rising xenophobia in India, which has been exacerbated in the wake of COVID-19. She is also secretary on the executive committee of the International Comic Arts Forum.