From Washington & Lee University, May 10, 2013, “Announcing the Winners of the New Yorker Caption Contest” — The New Yorker’s Cartoon Editor, Bob Mankoff spoke at W&L yesterday, and revealed the winning caption for a contest deigned for W&L.
From the Rogovoy Report, May 8, 2013, “New Yorker Cartoonist Gets Exhibit at Rockwell Museum” – an R.O. Blechman exhibition opens this Saturday, May 11, 2013.
From dailyvoice.com (Wilton, Connecticut), May 8, 2013, “New Yorker Cartoonist Roz Chast to Speak at Greenwich Library” — (Ms. Chast’s work will also be exhibited).
A fun way to begin the day with this brief but informative post from Stephen Nadler’s blog, Attempted Bloggery: “The Alliterative Jack Ziegler”
(above: Ziegler’s 1978 classic cartoon collection, Hamburger Madness)
From the New York Daily News, May 2,2013, “Uptown Talk: Humorist Felipe (Feggo) Galindo blends the cultures of Mexico and Manhattan in his artwork” — Mr. Galindo talks to New York’s hometown newspaper about his current exhibition, “Manhatitlan” and discusses his evolution as an artist.
From UPI, May 2, 2013, “Cartoonist Liza Donnelly: One of The New Yorker’s ‘funny ladies'”
Liza Donnelly’s 2010 book When Do They Serve the Wine? is available as of today as an E-book from Chronicle Books. Roz Chast wrote the Intro.