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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Biography of An Ink Spill One Clubber: John Stanley

Here’s something: a biography of John Stanley, a member of Ink Spill‘s One Club  (a club made up of cartoonists who had only one cartoon published in the New Yorker during their career. The icon shown here accompanies the entry on the Spill’s A-Z for every cartoonist in the club ).  Mr. Stanley had a much larger career in the

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R.C. Harvey’s Trip Down Mankoff Lane

From The Comics Journal, March 27, 2017, “A Look Back at 20 Years of Mankoff’s New Yorker” — R.C. Harvey takes a look at Bob Mankoff’s not-quite 20 year term (August of 1997 – April of 2017) as The New Yorker‘s cartoon editor in this longish piece that covers much ground found in Mankoff’s memoir, How About Never — Is

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