An Excellent Interview with Roz Chast; Felipe Galindo Pencilled; A New Cartoon From Peter Steiner

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From Design Matters,  Debbie Millman’s  interview with Roz Chast.

Link to Ms. Chast’s website here.

 

 

 

 

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[photo:  Eugenio Castro]
The latest subject on Jane Mattimoe’s Case For Pencils blog: Felipe Galindo (aka Feggo).  See it here!

Link here to Mr. Galindo’s website.

 

 

 

 

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Ever alert to Peter Steiner‘s  blog, Hopeless But Not Serious, Ink Spill  sends you over there to see his latest cartoon.

 

Link here to Mr. Steiner’s website.

New Cartoons from Peter Steiner; and More Spills…

Steiner : sky is fallingPeter Steiner, the fellow who brought us The New Yorker‘s most republished drawing in its history, is gearing up for the February publication of his newest novel, The Capitalist, by treating us all to new cartoons.  The most recent drawing appears here. To see others visit Mr. Steiner’s blog,  Hopeless But Not Serious.

Peter Steiner’s website.

 

Peter's CapitalistThe Capitalist: A Thriller will be in bookstores February 23rd.  Thomas Dunne Books is publishing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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From The Observer, January 27, 2016, “No Escape From The New Yorker  — this piece on the various areas where The New Yorker is roaming outside of the print world.

and speaking of roaming, here’s a piece from Indiewire, on the magazine’s new Amazon series, The New Yorker Presents.

New Yorker’s Special True Crime Reader of Writing & Cartoons

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Just out, The New Yorker Reader: True Crime,  an anthology of writing and cartoons with these 36 cartoonists represented:

Charles Addams, Peter Arno, Charles Barsotti, Harry Bliss, David Borchart, Michael Crawford, Leo Cullum, Drew Dernavich, Matthew Diffee, Emily Flake, Alex Gregory, William Haefeli, William Hamilton, Marshall Hopkins, Bruce Eric Kaplan, Farley Katz, Edward Koren, Arnie Levin, Lee Lorenz, Bob Mankoff, Michael Maslin, Ariel Molvig, Paul Noth, John O’Brien, Mischa Richter, Bernard Schoenbaum, Danny Shanahan, Edward Steed, Peter Steiner, James Stevenson,  Mike Twohy, P.C. Vey, Kim Warp, Christopher Weyant, Gahan Wilson, Jack Ziegler