Interview Of Interest: Liza Donnelly

From The Comics Journal, October 16, 2018, “Things Are Shifting” —  an interview with Liza Donnelly by Alex Dueben.  Ms. Donnelly talks about The New Yorker, the recent “Funny Ladies” exhibit and panels at The Society of Illustrators, children’s books, her numerous professional hats, and much much more.  Read it here.  

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An Overflow Crowd at the Society of Illustrators Event: Funny Ladies at The New Yorker: Then and Now

Some of the cartoonists in the exhibit, left to right: Sharon Levy, Roz Chast, Liza Donnelly, Carolita Johnson, Liana Finck, Emily Sanders Hopkins (nee Richards), Sophia Warren, Mary Lawton, and Maggie Larson A Packed House and Then Some Last night’s event, “Funny Ladies at The New Yorker: Then and Now” was most decidedly An Event. Before the panel discussion began

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Exhibit of Interest: “Funny Ladies At The New Yorker: Then and Now” at The Society of Illustrators; Fave Photo of the Day: Sam Gross & Bob Eckstein; Case For Pencils Follows-Up on Roz Chast’s Search For a Pen; Profile of Interest: Emma Hunsinger

Exhibit of Interest: “Funny Ladies at The New Yorker: Then and Now” at The Society of Illustrators Something to look forward to mid-summer! The Society of Illustrators will exhibit a survey of the women cartoonists of The New Yorker, as well as a panel discussion you won’t want to miss,  moderated by the show’s curator, Liza Donnelly.  Some info here,

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