An assortment of photos taken tonight at Da Silvano in Greenwich Village, where Marisa Acocella Marchetto celebrated the publication of her new book, Ann Tenna. Among the New Yorker cartoonists attending were S. Harris, Sam Gross, Mort Gerberg, Charlie Hankin, Bob Eckstein and Liza Donnelly (photos courtesy of Liza Donnelly)
The scene outside Da Silvano.
The author’s shoes
A promotional sweet
Below: Ms. Marchetto & New Yorker Editorial Assistant and newyorker.com contributor, Colin Stokes; Erica Jong & Liza Donnelly; Bob Eckstein; a live Ann Tenna; Charlie Hankin & friend
Just out from Chronicle Books, Jason Polan‘s Every Person in New York.
Further reading: Here’s a profile of Mr. Polan in Vice from September of last year
(my thanks to Bob Eckstein for bringing this to my attention)
From WWD, August 20, 2015, “Marisa Acocella Marchetto Returns with ‘Ann Tenna: A novel'”
From The Recorder, August 19, 2015, “Roz Chast: a born cartoonist”
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform has just published Coloring Magic by Evan Forsch.
Link here to Mr. Forsch’s website
Here are two exceptional New Yorker cartoonists, Bob Eckstein and David Borchart, canoeing this past weekend on Lacawac Lake in Pennsylvania’s Lacawac Sanctuary. (Photo courtesy of Sharon Mesmer)
Bob Eckstein’s graphic coverage of Obscura Day here on The New Yorker‘s website.
And check out Liana Finck’s “All the Paintings Here Agree: A Comic” here on the Toast
Fave Photo of the Day: (l-r) Ken Krimstein, Bob Eckstein and Pat Byrnes in Chicago this week.
From The Stripper’s Guide, February 5, 2015, “News of Yore 1973: William Hamilton Profiled” — this piece by Lenora Williamson that originally appeared in Editor & Publisher, April 7 1973
(thanks to Mike Lynch for bringing this to my attention)
Link here to see some of William Hamilton’s New Yorker work.
From The Paris Review, “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Fan” — this piece by Jeet Heer on John Updike’s relationship with cartoons.