Ken Krimstein's new collection; Douglas Florian bio added to the A -Z; NYTs: For Comics Fans, City Leaps Off the Page
Ken Krimstein's new collection, Kvetch as Kvetch Can (Clarkson Potter), is out this week.
Here's Sam Gross's blurb from the back cover:
"Kvetch As Kvetch Can is the perfect gift for a Jewish mother. It's funny, irreverent, and she'll almost forgive you for the shiska you married."
And here're a number of related links:
From The Wall Street Journals' blog, Speakeasy, Oct.2, 2010, this interview, "Cartoonist Ken Krimstein Explains the Key to Jewish Humor": blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2010/10/02/cartoonist-ken-krimstein-explains-the-key-to-jewish-humor/
Book Launch: Book Culture, 536 west 112th Street, NYC. Details: www.bookculture.com/
Douglas Florian's bio has been added to Ink Spill's New Yorker Cartoonists A-Z (click on the A-Z icon to the left). His website and blog have been added to Links (click on the Links icon to the left)
From The New York Times, October 7, 2010, "For Comics Fans, City Leaps Off the Page"(with Liza Donnelly content):www.nytimes.com/2010/10/08/books/08comics.html