From Women’s Voices for Change, March 31, 2011, this review by Roz Warren of Liza Donnelly’s latest book, When Do They Serve the Wine?
From The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art the schedule of their upcoming Festival, including this panel scheduled for April 10, 2011 @ 3:30pm:
A New Generation of New Yorker Cartoons
Moderated by Bob Mankoff (The Complete Cartoons of the New Yorker)
Panelists: Drew Dernavich (The Cartoon Lounge), Paul Noth (Late Night with Conan O’Brien), Zachary Kanin (The Short Book), and Emily Flake (Lulu Eightball)
An examination of the present–and future–of New Yorker cartoons.
From American Songwriter, March 28, 2011, this interview with Andy Friedman ( aka Larry Hat).
Here’s the trailer for New Yorker cover artist Roxie Munro’s a-Maze-ing Vacation Adventure app.
From Vermont Public Radio, March 15, 2011, this post, “Visiting Artists: Cartoonist Ed Koren.” In this twelve minute plus audio interview conducted in Koren’s studio, he speaks of his work and the state of cartoons, which he calls “frozen stories.” ( link found through Comics Journal).
And from Mike Lynch’s website, this video of Roz Chast ( scroll down to the March 22nd post).
From baycitizen.org, March 22, 2011, “Digital Marginalia, Intentional and Otherwise” this interesting piece referencing The New Yorker’s system of indexing and scanning its cartoons.
From Vermont’s Center for Cartoon Studies, March 7, 2011, “Humor of the Moment,” this post regarding a recent talk by Edward Koren and Harry Bliss.
From The Paris Review, March 16th, 2011, this post, “A Week in Culture: Zachary Kanin, Cartoonist.”