Latest New Yorker Cartoons Rated
The Cartoon Companion boys, “Max” and “Simon” are back with their takes on the newest New Yorker cartoons, including a family outing turned sadly serious, Jesus and doughnuts, a nightmarish hairbrush, and some outta this world heels. Read it all here.
Pat Byrnes’ Daily Experience
Here’s the link to Pat Byrnes’ cover story on the July-August 2017 National Cartoonists Society Newsletter, The Cartoon!st.
— my thanks to Frank Pauer for bringing this to my attention.
Ware, Karasik, Kuper, Burns, Feiffer at Comic Arts Brooklyn
It’s happening tomorrow! See all the info here.
Beginning tomorrow, November 8th and running through November 9th, with guests including Art Spiegelman, Adrian Tomine, and Charles Burns. All the info here on their website.
Filmed deep within the center of The New Yorker’s Cartoon Universe, episode 3 of The Cartoon Lounge, featuring a special appearance by the fellow who reads every single cartoon caption entry.
From The Washington Post, March 27, 2014, ” In veteran cartoonist Roz Chast’s hands, tale of aging parents is far from the same old story” — this piece by Michael Cavna.
Also by Michael Cavna, in The Washington Post, March 27, ” For cartoon editor, a New Yorker state of mind”
One other interesting read: from centraljersey.com, March 28, 2014, “Cartoon King”
While Ink Spill will be posting various articles related to Ms. Chast and Mr. Mankoff as promotional events continue for their respective books, it’s always best to visit their websites to keep up with their personal appearance schedules.
Roz Chast’s website
Bob Mankoff’s website
The School of Visual Arts (SVA) is hosting a panel discussion on April 1st “Strong Female Protagonists: Panel Discussion Featuring Women in Comics”
According to the SVA website:
This event brings together a diverse group of internationally recognized creators and editors for a discussion of the history and dynamics of women working as both creators and behind the scenes in American comics.
Paul Karasik has posted a video of an event from Comic Arts Brooklyn back in November of 2013. From the online description :
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the comics adaptation of Paul Auster’s novel City of Glass, Mr. Auster, Paul Karasik (The New Yorker), David Mazzucchelli (“Asterios Polyp”), and Art Spiegelman (“Maus”) came together for the first time to discuss adapting the original novel into a graphic novel.
The video is seconds over an hour long.
Paul Karasik’s blog
Well this looks like fun. Go see if you’re out/up that way.
Visit Shannon Wheeler’s website for more info.
And even more info here
As mentioned not too long ago on Ink Spill, Paul Karasik will be speaking at Comic Arts Brooklyn this coming Saturday. Info here.
Here’s information on Art Spiegelman’s Retrospective at The Jewish Museum, opening tomorrow.
From comiclist, August 29, 2013, “Andy Friedman to draw variant cover for Harbinger #19″
— includes a very brief interview with Mr. Hat, uh, I mean Mr. Friedman.
Link to Mr. Friedman’s website here.
From The Comics Reporter, August 29, 2013, “Festivals Extra: CAB to Feature City of Glass Panel with Karasik, Mazzucchelli, Auster & Spiegelman”
Link to Paul Karasik’s blog here.
Link to Art Spiegelman’s Wikipedia entry here.
Link to David Mazzucchelli’s Wikipedia entry here.
Link to Paul Auster’s blog here.