From The New York Times blog, The 6th Floor, November 1, 2011, David Vecsey’s post: “My Three Favorite New Yorker Cartoons”
Above: A Sunday snapshot of my favorite bookshelf in the house.
From The Burlington Free Press, July 24, 2011, “Three Cartoonists Walk into a Room” — this account of a recent cartoonist panel consisting of Lee Lorenz, Edward Koren and Harry Bliss.
From Yellow Springs News, July 21, 2011, “A New Yorker cartoonist from Yellow Springs” — this profile of
From The Center for Cartoon Studies (White River Junction, Vermont) , this notice of a panel discussion, “What Makes a Cartoon Work?” July 14, 2011. Panelists: Lee Lorenz, Edward Koren, Harry Bliss
From Seven Days (Vermont’s Independent Voice), July 6, 2011, “In Toon” — this interview with Edward Koren.
“Edward Koren: The Capricious Line,” an exhibit of Koren’s work spanning 50 years, is currently running at The University of Vermont’s Fleming Museum. Details here.
From Vermont Public Radio, March 15, 2011, this post, “Visiting Artists: Cartoonist Ed Koren.” In this twelve minute plus audio interview conducted in Koren’s studio, he speaks of his work and the state of cartoons, which he calls “frozen stories.” ( link found through Comics Journal).
And from Mike Lynch’s website, this video of Roz Chast ( scroll down to the March 22nd post).