From CUNY’s One To One, December 10th, 2012: “Victoria Roberts, New Yorker cartoonist and author, After The Fall.”
The beginning of this brief interview deals with Ms. Robert’s new book; about midway through the conversation turns to cartoons, editing, and The New Yorker.
From strandbooks.com, “New Yorker Cartoonists Victoria Roberts & Arnie Levin in Conversation” December 4th, 2012: 7pm – 8pm (note: those wishing to attend must buy a copy of Roberts’ new book, After the Fall, or a $10.00 Strand gift card).
Here’s a chance to have a multi-enjoyable evening, with a visit to NYC’s landmark Strand Books, as well as an hour spent in the company of two great New Yorker cartoonists. Arnie Levin began contributing to The New Yorker in 1974; Victoria Roberts was first published by the magazine in 1988. Who knows, maybe you’ll even find a copy of Levin’s wonderful 1980 cartoon collection, I’ll Skip the Appetizer — I Ate the Flowers while browsing through the Strand’s always interesting humor section.
From Publishers Weekly, November 16, 2012, “Picture Books for Adults: PW Talks to Victoria Roberts” — this interview with Roberts about her new book, After the Fall (Norton, 2012).
From Comic Book Bin, November 8, 2012, “After the Fall: An Illustrated Novel book review” – a thumbs up for Victoria Roberts new book.
From The Jewish Daily Forward, November 8, 2012, “Lunching with New Yorker Cartoonists” — this review of the well-traveled short film by Rachel Loube. (Above: some of the cartoonists featured: clockwise, Sid Harris, Drew Dernavich, Zach Kanin and Emily Flake)
From Comics and Graphics Fest, the who, what, where, and when about the upcoming event in Brooklyn. Among the participants: Chris Ware, Roz Chast, Adrian Tomine, and Charles Burns (Above: Chris Ware’s poster for the event)
From thepit-nyc.com: This Thursday (September 20, 2012) Drew Dernavich, Chris Weyant and Paul Noth will appear onstage with Scott Rogowsky.Details here.
Victoria Roberts will be signing her novel, After the Fall ( Norton , W.W. & Co.) at Barnes & Noble, 86th & Lexington, November 27, 2012. Details here.