Coming in just a few days (the 25th of October): The New Yorker Radio Hour. Read all about it here
(and yes, there’ll be some cartoon/cartoonists content)
…From the What’re the Odds Department: In this week’s New Yorker (the issue of October 26th): two drawings based on lamp pull-cords (the drawings are by Tom Toro and Michael Crawford)…
…“An Evening with Jules Feiffer” at Columbia, December 7th…
From Columbia’s promotional material:
“Comics at Columbia: Past, Present, Future” presents art, manuscripts, and ephemera from Columbia’s Rare Book & Manuscript Library, including items associated with the university’s history, as well as art from Mad artist Al Jaffee, Elfquest artist Wendy Pini, and New Yorker cartoonist Charles Saxon; drafts and notes from X-Men writer Chris Claremont and Legion of Super Heroes writer Paul Levitz, and correspondence from mainstream and indie comics luminaries Stan Lee, Harvey Kurtzman, and Howard Cruse–and much more.
Link here for all the info.
Here’s Saxon’s entry on Ink Spill’s New Yorker Cartoonists A-Z:
Charles Saxon (self portrait above from Best Cartoons of the Year 1947) Born in Brooklyn, Nov 13, 1920, died in Stamford, Conn., Dec 6, 1988. NYer work: 1943 – 1991 (2 drawings published posthumously). Key collection: One Man’s Fancy ( Dodd, Mead, 1977).
Karen Green, Graphics Novel Librarian at Columbia University, will host this event featuring the editorial cartoonist, Jeff Danzinger, and New Yorker cartoonists, Peter Kuper and Liza Donnelly.
Link here to Peter Kuper’s website
Link here to Liza Donnelly’s website
Link here to Jeff Danzinger’s website