Liza Donnelly, as previously mentioned here, attended the Oscars this year. Here’s her illustrated journal. Ms. Donnelly was the first cartoonist granted Oscar press credentials in the event’s history.
And a reminder about Peter Steiner‘s event tonight:
His new book, The Capitalist is out now.
From Rural Intelligence, March 1, 2016 “The Rural We: Peter Steiner” — wherein Mr. Steiner talks cartoons, writing (his new book, The Capitalist, is just out) & moving to Connecticut.
From Kirkus Reviews:
“…impresses both as thriller and morality play, building a memorable and complex tapestry of greed and culpability.”
Link to Ms. Chast’s website here.
Link here to Mr. Galindo’s website.
Link here to Mr. Steiner’s website.
Peter 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.
…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.