Maggie ThrashMaggie (Margaret) Thrash is an American writer of young adult fiction and memoirist, best known for her graphic novel memoir ''Honor Girl''.
''Honor Girl'', Thrash's first book, was published by Candlewick Press in 2015. The book describes her early life as a teenager coming out as a lesbian while attending conservative summer camp. It received strongly favorable reviews and was named a finalist for the 2016 ''Los Angeles Times'' Book Prize in the Graphic Novel/Comics category. Her follow-up memoir, ''Lost Soul Be At Peace'', published in 2018, explores a period of teen depression and her relationships with her family, notably her father, a federal judge.
Thrash has also written two books in a mystery series for young adults. The first book called ''Strange Truth'' (formerly ''We Know It Was You'') was published in 2016 by the Simon Pulse imprint of Simon & Schuster. The sequel, ''Strange Lies'', was published in October 2017.
Thrash currently lives in Greater Boston Massachusetts. She was a frequent contributor to Rookie, a (now defunct) online magazine for teenage girls. Provided by Wikipedia