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Eventually Everything Connects

Eight Essays on Uncertainty

Sarah Firth

“Leaves you with a deep appreciation of how very strange it is to be alive.”

coming soon

288 pages
6.5" × 8.5"
2024, coming in June

Joyous musings on the meaningful and the mundane for troubled times.

In her debut graphic novel, Sarah Firth ponders some of life’s deepest philosophical questions: Why are we here? How are we supposed to get along with one another? What on earth is that slug doing in my bathroom sink?

From daydreams and pop culture memes to the teachings of science, philosophy, and history, Firth weaves together a mix of great and silly ideas based on her own lived experience, all tossed together with unique energy, boundless curiosity and humor, and colorful, detailed, kinetic drawings. Through eight autobiographical visual essays, Firth explores how to live better in the modern world; ways to be more compassionate toward oneself, others, and the planet; and how everything does, eventually, connect.

Honest, profound, and profane, Eventually Everything Connects is a life-affirming book about the joys and pains of living in a hypercomplex and uncertain world.

“Leaves you with a deep appreciation of how very strange it is to be alive.”

As a neurodivergent artist, Sarah Firth is drawn to exploring the idiosyncrasies of how we attempt to know ourselves and navigate the world, given the contradictions, paradoxes, and complexities that we all embody. She is a cartoonist, artist, writer, and graphic recorder whose published works include contributions to Eisner Award–winning and Ignatz-nominated anthologies. Learn more about Firth and her work at