From The Comics Journal, January 6, 2017, “Jerry Dumas, Cartoonist and Poet” — Mr. Dumas, who died this past November, is profiled by a comics writer, R.C. Harvey.
Ink Spill’s notice of Jerry Dumas’s passing.
Peter Steiner, author of the classic New Yorker cartoon, “On the internet, nobody knows you’re a dog” has a new post on his Hopeless but not Serious site. Go see.
Mort Gerberg will give a talk, “The Magazine Cartoon: Telling a Story in Only One Panel” at the New School in late February.
Left: The Art of Cartooning, published by Scribner in 1975, edited by Ron Wolin, Mr. Gerberg, and the late New Yorker cartoonist, Ed Fisher.
See Ink Spill‘s notice of Ed Fisher’s passing here.
Peter Steiner‘s fifth novel, The Capitalist, is out today and available at your local bookseller and wherever else books are sold.
From Kirkus Reviews:
“…impresses both as thriller and morality play, building a memorable and complex tapestry of greed and culpability.”
Here’s a link to Mr.Steiner’s website.
See his New Yorker work here.
Link here to his blog, Hopeless But Not Serious
From Design Matters, Debbie Millman’s interview with Roz Chast.
Link to Ms. Chast’s website here.
[photo: Eugenio Castro]
The latest subject on Jane Mattimoe’s Case For Pencils
blog: Felipe Galindo
(aka Feggo). See it here!
Link here to Mr. Galindo’s website.
Ever alert to Peter Steiner‘s blog, Hopeless But Not Serious, Ink Spill sends you over there to see his latest cartoon.
Link here to Mr. Steiner’s website.
Peter Steiner, the fellow who brought us The New Yorker‘s most republished drawing in its history, is gearing up for the February publication of his newest novel, The Capitalist, by treating us all to new cartoons. The most recent drawing appears here. To see others visit Mr. Steiner’s blog, Hopeless But Not Serious.
Peter Steiner’s website.
The Capitalist: A Thriller will be in bookstores February 23rd. Thomas Dunne Books is publishing.
…From The Observer, January 27, 2016, “No Escape From The New Yorker“ — this piece on the various areas where The New Yorker is roaming outside of the print world.
…and speaking of roaming, here’s a piece from Indiewire, on the magazine’s new Amazon series, The New Yorker Presents.
Peter Steiner, who is responsible for the the most reprinted New Yorker cartoon in modern times, has been posting some wonderful new work on his blog, Hopeless But Not Serious. (left: Mr. Steiner’s most recent drawing: The Great Frank Gehry)
Link here to Peter Steiner’s website.
Liza Donnelly will be interviewed live tomorrow. Info here.
There’s a new entry on Peter Steiner‘s blog, Hopeless But Not Serious. See it here.
And speaking of Mr. Steiner, the cover of his next Louis Morgon novel has been unveiled. Follow news about the book on Twitter @LouisMorgon
A reminder: an exhibit of works by Michael Crawford and Carolita Johnson opens July 11th in Kingston, New York. Here’s a recent article about the event.
Peter Steiner’s blog, Hopeless But Not Serious is back! See it here.
Over at The Comics Journal the tributes to Maurice Sendak are pouring in.
Sendak, who passed away this past Tuesday at age 83, contributed one cover to The New Yorker, and in the same issue (September 27, 1993) contributed a two page spread, In The Dumps, co-written/drawn with Art Spiegelman. Mr. Sendak also contributed a Storyboard to the issue of January 18, 1993.
And…check out Liza Donnelly’s Forbes column on Mother’s Day, and while you’re there, scroll down for her take on the Time Magazine cover making news.
From Mick Stevens’ site mickstevens.com, October 24, 2011, this illustrated song
And a reminder that Peter Steiner has a brand new blog, Hopeless but not Serious, wherein he posts daily energetic graphic swipes at politics, politicians, etc..
Finally: The 15th annual New Yorker Cartoon Issue hits the stands today. It features a wonderful cover by George Booth, and includes color work by the likes of Mark Alan Stamaty, Emily Flake, Zach Kanin, and Roz Chast. There’s a b&w spread of work by the late Leo Cullum, and The Funnies, where you’ll find drawings by Jack Ziegler, Lee Lorenz, Bruce Eric Kaplan, and more. There’re a handful of cartoonists sprinkled among the ads as well (Marisa Acocella Marchetto, Danny Shanahan, and Liza Donnelly).