Preeti Chhibber is an author, speaker, and freelance writer. She has written for SYFY, Polygon, and Elle, among others. She made her Marvel Comics debut in 2022, with a brand-new Black Cat story in Women of Marvel #1. She also co-hosts the podcasts Desi Geek Girls and Tar Valon or Bust. Peter Parker has been swinging and thwipping his way through New York City as Spider-Man for just a few months, and balancing his double life is complicated. In Spider-Man’s Social Dilemma (Marvel Press), he goes to school and tries not to embarrass himself in front of his crush, M.J.; takes photos for the Daily Bugle and tries not to embarrass himself in front of his boss; and fights crime in the evenings and always tries not to embarrass himself doing that, either. That’s not easy when you’re a teen with spider powers you’re still getting used to. He’s also got to worry about notorious villain Sandman, who’s acting more strangely than ever; the toll that social media seems to be taking on M.J.; and someone who keeps trying to steal an artifact supposedly powered by alien matter. Something is going on, and Peter is determined to figure out what it is before things go from weird to dangerous.