From imprint, “Robin and the Earl of (George) Booth” –J.J. Sedelmaier writes about working with one of the greats.
From Hotspyer, September 26, 2001, “Yes, he does have to draw you a picture…” this interview with Eric Lewis
From the Comics Journal continuing series Know Your New Yorker Cartoonist, this must read interview by Richard Gehr: “Lee Lorenz, Cartoonist, Editor, Writer, Jazzbo”
From the Republican Journal, June 10, 2011, “Comedian Bill Cosby hits the civic center stage” ( with some George Booth content, including word on the upcoming Cosby book, I Didn’t Ask to be Born, but I’m Glad I Was, illustrated by Booth).
According to its official website, Funny Business — An Inside Look at the Art of Cartooning, shown last night on New York’s PBS station WNET, will be rebroadcast this Saturday, May 7th, at 3:30 am.
The film pays studio visits to a number of New Yorker cartoonists, including Frank Modell, Lee Lorenz (the former Art Editor/Cartoon Editor of The New Yorker, from 1973 through 1997), George Booth, Victoria Roberts, Arnie Levin, Roz Chast, and Matthew Diffee.
Also from PBS, this short animation. Roz Chast’s take on The Ant & The Grasshopper
A sure-to-please event at The Strand Bookstore ( 828 Broadway, 2nd Fl.) May 3, 2011, 7 pm — 8 pm, celebrating the winner of the 2011 Eustace Tilley contest and launch of The New Yorker’s Strand tote bag. Francoise Mouly the magazine’s Art Editor, will moderate a panel discussion with George Booth, Roz Chast, Maira Kalman, and Adrian Tomine. Other New Yorker artists and cartoonists will be in attendance to sign books.
Take a look at these great photographs of New Yorker cartoonists taken by Anne Hall Elser, a long time editorial staff member of the magazine. The gallery of photos includes Charles Addams, Edward Koren, Arnie Levin, William Steig, P.C. Vey, Roz Chast, James Stevenson, Charles Barsotti, Gahan Wilson, Victoria Roberts, George Price, George Booth, and Ed Arno