From The Comics Reporter, December 3, 2012,
Arnoldo Franchioni, 1928 – 2012
A prolific cartoonist, whose work appeared in Mad, The New York Times and many many other newspapers and magazines, both here and abroad. He contributed two cartoons to The New Yorker (April 4, 1994 & May 27, 1996)
From Forbes.com, December 5, 2012,
“What’s Almost as Good as a New Puppy?”
Liza Donnelly reviews The Big New Yorker Book of Dogs (Random House).
Two books of interest coming this year: The Receptionist: An Education at The New Yorker by Janet Groth (Algonquin Books, June 26, 2012) and Francoise Mouly’s Blown Covers: New Yorker Covers You Were Never Meant to See (Abrams, April 30, 2012). For more details go to your favorite online book dealer’s site.
From newyorker.com, January 23, 2012, “Cover Story: George Booth Remembers Mawmaw”
From The Comics Journal, January 23, 2012, “Seriously Funny” which includes a must read appreciation of Harvey Kurtzman by Drew Friedman.
From the blog, Lame Adventures, October 31, 2011, “An Hour with Roz Chast”