“Live” New Yorker cartoons returned to NBC’s “Late Night with Seth Meyers” last night. This third installment in the series can be seen here. Seth Meyers is joined by Jerry Seinfeld and The New Yorker‘s editor, David Remnick, who provides commentary. Cartoons by Bruce Eric Kaplan, Alex Gregory, Mark Thompson, Tom Cheney, and Charlie Hankin are featured.
From ladycollective.com, April 17, 2015, “Schoolin’ Life: Carolita Johnson” — this interview with Ms. Johnson
From publicradioeast.org, April 25, 2015, “Not My Job: New Yorker Cartoonist ‘BEK’ Gets Quizzed on Burger King”
— an audio interview with Bruce Eric Kaplan.
Attempted Bloggery continues its fascinating close-look series at The New Yorker’s earliest issues. Issue #10 (April 25, 1925) is now ready for your inspection.
Bruce Eric Kaplan, (or BEK as New Yorker cartoon enthusiasts know him) will be appearing at The Rubin Museum April 15th in conversation with memory specialist Barry Gordon. All the information here
BEK’s latest book, I Was A Child: A Memoir, will be in bookstores April 14th.
Link here to his New Yorker work.
Here’s a link to New Yorker cartoonist BEK (Bruce Eric Kaplan) speaking on NPR’s Fresh Air about his forthcoming memoir, I Was A Child.
Link here to see his New Yorker work
Attempted Bloggery continues its series of close-looks at the earliest issues of The New Yorker. Next up: The 7th issue, April 4, 1925.
From Live Talks Los Angeles, this notice: On Thursday, April 30, Bruce Eric Kaplan (known to New Yorker cartoon afficiandos as BEK) will be in conversation with B.J. Novak, discussing Kaplan’s upcoming memoir, I Was A Child (Blue Rider Press), All the info here.