From Thinking Outside the Long Box, July 26, 2018 — this podcast with Pia Guerra.
Ms. Guerra’s first contribution to The New Yorker appeared in the issue of December 18, 2017. Her forthcoming book, Me The People (Image Comics) will be out this October.
You can see all the work above and more by going here.
Stephen Nadler’s Attempted Bloggery zeroes in on some more work by the late great New Yorker cover artist, Arthur Getz. Read it all here!
Chast, Eckstein at Book Expo
The big Book Expo is on at the Javits Center in Manhattan. Roz Chast will be signing as well as Bob Eckstein (he’s appearing tomorrow, 11am to 2pm at booth 1827…National Book Network). Here’s a link to all the Book Expo info
Ms. Chast began contributing to The New Yorker in 1978; Mr. Eckstein in 2007.
Gothamist’s Sketchy Interview with John Donohue
The Gothamist continues its Sketchy Interview series with John Donohue. Mr. Donohue, formerly a staffer at the New Yorker, contributed his first cartoon to the magazine in 2004. Read/see the interview here.
Liza Donnelly’s Work Exhibited in Belgium
As part of the international festival of cartoon and press drawing in Bastogne, the Bastogne War Museum hosted 2 popular cartoonists :
Ms. Donnelly began contributing to The New Yorker in 1982.
Pia Guerra’s New Book
From Smash Pages, “Me The People” Collects Pia Guerra’s Political Cartoons” — this piece on Ms. Guerra’s book, due in October. Ms. Guerra began contributing to The New Yorker in 2017.
— thanks to Mike Rhode of ComicsDC for sending this along.
— All of the above work, and more, can be found here!
Follow-up: Lars Kenseth’s Pilot
Here’s a promo from Adult Swim wherein you’ll find a snippet from Lars Kenseth’s Chuck Deuce.