Cartoon Companion’s Amy Hwang Interview (Pt.1)
Cartoon Companion has expanded its features, offering glimpses of rough drawings and interviews with New Yorker cartoonists. Here’s the latest with Amy Hwang, who began contributing to the magazine in November of 2010. Link here to her website.
Columbia Universities Libraries’ “Comics in the Curriculum”
Karen Green, over at Columbia University, has been busy busy busy these past many years building a comics collection. Read about “Comics in the Curriculum” here and take a look at the work.
Here’s a link to all the New Yorker Festival events.
As of now (and unless other events are added) there is no cartoon or cartoonist-specific event this year. However, the magazine’s cartoon editor, Emma Allen will be in conversation with comedian Kumail Nanjiani, the art editor Francoise Mouly will be speaking with cover artist, Barry Blitt (he has a new book coming out) and there’ll be an event with television’s Pete Holmes.
New Yorker cover artist, Seth (Gregory Gallant) returns to Gil Roth’s Virtual Memories podcast. Hear it here. And while you’re there check out Mr. Roth’s archive of interviews with other cartoonists, including, among others, these New Yorker contributors: Edward Koren, Roz Chast, Sam Gross, Liza Donnelly, R.O. Blechman, Peter Kuper, and John Cuneo.
We have not heard the last of the cartoonist, Buford Tune (mentioned here yesterday). To the left is a snippet of a Tune cover that has surfaced courtesy of Columbia University’s Karen Green. See the entire cover over at Attempted Bloggery.
Here, by way of Danny Shanahan, who donates most generously to the Spill‘s archives, is a box of Le Pen markers with an understated New Yorker connection.
The New York Review of Books takes a look at some of the work in Glen Baxter’s new book, Almost Completely Baxter: New and Selected Blurtings (published by New York Review Comics).
For anyone interested in the who what where why and when of the ever expanding graphic novel collection at Columbia University this interview’s for you. Karen Green, a friend to all comic artists (and to Ink Spill), is the subject of a lengthy interview by Art Cloos on Scoop.