Inside Out: Portrait of an Eating Disorder by Nadia Shivack
This was a really quick read--I blasted through it on my lunch break. It's an autobiographical graphic novel that details one woman's struggle with her eating disorder, nicknamed Ed or "the alien inside," which was ongoing from age 14 to 40 (she's now in remission). Interesting because it looked really closely at the subject and her individual struggle rather than provide strictly factual information. It was a little hard to follow, and since nonfiction and graphic novels really have to blow my socks off, I'm going to say NAY, but I'm interested to see what others (who are more experienced with graphic novels) think.