Kim: A Novel Idea is a graphic literary novel about a lonely millennial named Frankie, her boyfriend Jacob, their talking cat Catman, and a cast of online characters, including The Kardashians. Frankie is obsessed with The Kardashians. Scrolling through photos of them helps her escape the difficulties of her life--her boyfriend's grief, her feelings towards her career, her fear of failure, her sexual past. Frankie is sick with contemporary malaise and part of a generation that gets their information from Google Search. A generation who are "alone in their private universes, doing their best." Kim: A Novel Idea is hilarious in the sense it is brutally honest; real in the sense it is relatable. Exploring politics--personal, political, social--all while using the personal to comment on university writing programs, intergenerational wealth, fame, #MeToo, love, and our multiple selves--there is something lovable about Frankie's insufferable attitude towards life; something deeply relieving about her self-doubt in that she is "never going to make anything of my goddamn, pathetic life" all while stuck in a cycle of a celebrity marketing ring that targets young women's insecurities about their bodies. This book is hyperaware of the echo chamber it is in, and with great clarity and insight, dissects it from the inside. Kim: A Novel Idea gives us insight into the downfalls of contemporary living.