A reminder that Lee Lorenz, The New Yorker‘s Art Editor from 1973 through 1993 and its Cartoon Editor from 1993 through 1997 will be “in conversation” with me tomorrow at The Westport Historical Society @ 4:00. Information here.
Mr. Lorenz is a long-time contributor to New Yorker — his cartoons have been appearing in the magazine since 1958.
From The Westport News, “Former New Yorker Art Editor to speak in Westport”
Mick Stevens has announced on his website that today’s New Yorker Daily Cartoon (left) is his last. In the post, “Back to the Batch,” Stevens says, “What I thought would be a 3 to 4 week gig turned out to last 10.” The Daily has been handled by a number of cartoonists since its recent inception, including Danny Shanahan, David Sipress, Barbara Smaller, Paul Noth, Mike Twohy, and Tom Toro. No word yet on whose turn is next.