Karasik Explains “How A Cartoon Is Funny”; Interview of Interest: Mimi Pond

Karasik Explains How A Cartoon Is Funny

Paul Karasik has dissected a New Yorker cartoon or two.  He continues this coming Monday.  Details here.

A Karasik quote of interest from the linked article:

“Despite E.B. White’s famous saying, ‘Analyzing humor is like dissecting a frog; few are interested and the frog dies,’ my goal is to explain how a cartoon is funny, how it works its magic on the reader.” _______________________________________________________________________

Interview of Interest: Mimi Pond

From The Muse, August 8, 2017, “A chat with Mimi Pond on the Service Industry, Cocaine, and Writing the First Episode of The Simpsons” — Ms. Pond’s new book is The Customer Is Always Wrong.

An excerpt from Ms. Pond’s book appeared on the newyorker.com ‘s Daily Shouts  August 2.

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