A unique perspective on the life of Diana, Princess of Wales, the beloved icon of many people in the LGBTQ community and beyond.
Sivan Piatigorsky-Roth is obsessed with Princess Diana, in the specific, laser-focused way an autistic person can be. This book is an unorthodox biography of Diana Spencer told through a particular autistic and transmasculine lens, examining issues of identity and self-determination, and the mythological parallels in the lives of the royal family and the author.
Sivan Piatigorsky-Roth was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, and graduated from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, where he studied art and English literature. He has published cartoons in The New Yorker among other places. Having spent a year working as a teacher in a Jewish day school, Sivan is now a Rabbinical student at Hebrew College in Newton, Massachusetts. This is his debut graphic novel.