From Medium, “Drawing the Women’s March” — Liza Donnelly writes about live-drawing last week’s big march in NYC. See it here.
Interview of Interest: The New Yorker’s Cartoon Editor, Emma Allen
From Brooklyn Magazine, January 22, 2018, “30 Under 30, Class of ’18: The New Yorker‘s Cartoon Editor, Emma Allen” — this interview and a video
The TCJ Interview : Zach Kanin
From TCJ, January 22, 2018, “Checking in with Zach Kanin” — RJ Casey interviews the cartoonist.
Podcast of Interest: Gil Roth Interviews Shannon Wheeler
Gil Roth continues his wonderful series of cartoonist interviews with Too Much Coffee Man’s Shannon Wheeler. Hear it here.
— thanks to Attempted Bloggery‘s Stephen Nadler for bringing this to my attention (check out his site for recent posts on two auction pieces: an Arnold Roth drawing and a Charles Addams pencil sketch)
Fave Photo: Liza Donnelly in the New York Yankees dugout with Didi Gregorius
Liza Donnelly recently spent the afternoon at Yankee Stadium. Among the highlights of the day: lending her iPad to the team’s shortstop, Didi Gregorius, for his first tablet drawing. See the short CBS video here.
R.C. Harvey’s From-the-Vault Interview with the late Michelle Urry, Playboy’s Former Cartoon Editor
From TCJ, May 4, 2017, “Magazine Gag Cartoons, Michelle Urry, and Cartooning for Playboy” — an enlightening interview with Ms. Urry, who passed away in October of 2006.
Roz Chast on Fresh Air
The media blitz is on for Ms. Chast’s just-out Going Into Town. Here she is on NPR”s Fresh Air, aired October 2nd(find it just just below the Tom Petty piece).
A Case For Pencils is visited by Tom Toro this week. Check it out!
Link here to Mr. Toro’s website.
…Mike Lynch celebrates the 99th birthday of Virgil Partch aka VIP…
…Two pieces on The New York Review of Books new New York Review Comics, including titles by Abner Dean and Glen Baxter: TCJ’s coverage here…
and Heidi MacDonald’s coverage on The Beat…
…read a new interview with Liana Finck here…
From The Comics Journal, January 16, 2013, “Jack Ziegler: The Pen and Paper of Middle America” — the latest installment in TCJ’s series, Know Your New Yorker Cartoonists.
(thanks to Liam Walsh for the link)
From GPB News, February 9, 2013, “For Rural Towns, Postal Service Cuts Could Mean A Loss of Identity” (Edward Koren content).