From Creative Week New York, “Creative Week Session Spotlight: A Session with Bob Mankoff of The New Yorker”
Link here for more info on Mr. Mankoff’s appearance.
From The Beat, May 1, 2012, “Working for The Man: MoCCa 2012” ( with Shannon Wheeler and Liza Donnelly content).
From NPR’s All Things Considered, May 1, 2012, audio: “‘Blown Covers’: Not Ready For the Newstand”
From artcat, this notice of a group exhibit including Felipe Galindo (Feggo), “Political Neighbors: Ruis, Feggo, El Fisgon — Three Master Cartoonists of Mexico”
From Mediabistro, April 10, 2012, “Jules Feiffer Lands Deal for his First Original Graphic Novel”
From wksu.org (Kent State & Ohio Public Media), April 10, 2012, “Blown Covers from The New Yorker” — with plenty of text and audio, including an interview with The New Yorker’s Art Editor, Francoise Mouly
From Youtube, this April 2, 1974 interview with S.J. Perelman from the PBS show, Day At Night
Over on Facebook (sorry, no link), Mick Stevens has started posting his favorite cartoons rejected by The New Yorker — see his post “My Favorite Rejects”
From Liza Donnelly’s blog, When Do They Serve the Wine, “Word and Image: The Art of Cartooning” — a transcript of the talk Donnelly delivered at a Creativity Symposium held at the Haystack Mountain School in Maine in the Fall of 2011.
From The University of Chicago website, April 6, 2012, “Conference to bring together influential cartoonists” — of the 17 cartoonists attending a number are associated with The New Yorker, including Chris Ware, Art Spiegelman, Robert Crumb, Ivan Brunetti, Aline Kominsky-Crumb, and Ben Katchor. The magazine’s art editor, Francoise Mouly, will be on hand to discuss the new book, Blown Covers.
Link to the Conference site “Comics: Philosophy & Practice”
Here’s something I missed until this morning: a website devoted to the upcoming collection, Blown Covers: New Yorker Covers You Were Never Meant to See, edited by Francoise Mouly. Due April 30, 2012 from Abrams. Full details can be found on your favorite online bookstore site/s.
Look for this online: today’s New York Times, March 30, 2012: “Humanity’s Discomfort, Punctured With a Pen” — a piece (with video) on a Daniel Clowes’s restrospective at the Oakland Museum. No link…you’ll find it on the Times homepage.
And from Hyperallergic.com, March 30, 2012, “Poets, Painters, Cartoonists and Moonlighters” — this post (with Ivan Brunetti content).
From his blog, Paul Karisik reports on Angouleme 2012. Lots to read/look at/enjoy.