An apology: I somehow completely missed this event that took place last night. Posting it here for the record. (My thanks to my New Yorker colleague Bob Eckstein for alerting me).
At Brooklyn’s Powerhouse Arena, Book Launch: The Labyrinth by Saul Steinberg — Discussion With Liana Finck, Bill Kartalopoulos, Francoise Mouly, and Joel Smith
The panel discussed the reprinting of Steinberg’s 1960 collection, The Labyrinth. Their bios can be found on the Powerhouse page.
From The Lexington Herald Leader, October 28, 2016, “Who Knew Famous New Yorker Cartoonist Lampooned City Life From a Kentucky Farm?”— this piece about the late great William Hamilton.
(Above: A Collection of Mr. Hamilton’s cartoons from 1977)
Here’s Gil Roth’s latest Virtual Memories podcast…this time he speaks (again) with Ben Katchor. Be sure to check out Mr. Roth’s very long list of other interviews — many of them with cartoonists.
Link here to Mr. Katchor’s website.
From BRProud, October 28, 2016 “AAF-BR to Host “A New Yorker Cartoonist Bares All” — this piece about Ken Krimstein’s upcoming talk in Baton Rouge on November 4th.
Link here to Mr. Krimstein’s website.
Jane Mattimoe’s Case For Pencils blog takes a momentary break from investigating New Yorker cartoonists tools of the trade to speak with Bill Kartalopoulous, the editor of The Best American Comics series.
Link here to Ms. Mattimoe’s A Case For Pencils.
Coming soon to the Society of Illustrators: Alternative Weekly Comics: The Exhibit, curated by Warren Bernard (Comics Historian and Executive Director of the Small Press Expo) and Bill Kartalopoulos (Series Editor, The Best American Comics). All the info here.