Peter Steiner, the cartoonist behind the cartoon above, talks to WAMC’s Joe Donahue about The Good Cop, Steiner’s latest novel. Link here to hear it.
Mr. Steiner’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z:
Peter Steiner Born, Cincinnati, 1940. New Yorker work: 1979 – . Collection: “I Didn’t Bite the Man, I Bit the Office” ( 1994). Mr. Steiner is responsible for one of the most famous (and most republished) New Yorker cartoons in modern times, “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.” (published July 5, 1993). An indication of its enduring popularity in our culture: a wikipedia page is devoted to it. He has also had novels published, as well as the limited edition “An Atheist in Heaven.” Website: www.plsteiner.com/
Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon
A newsy-ish David Sipress Daily. Mr.Sipress has been contributing to The New Yorker since 1998.
Graphic Piece of Interest by Emily Flake
From Emily Flake on The Nib, March 9, 2019, “It’s All In The Family”: ‘Can a hollow woman raise a whole, unbroken child?'”
Ms. Flake began contributing to The New Yorker in 2008. Visit her website here.
Book On The Horizon: Peter Steiner’s “The Good Cop”
It’s no secret that Peter Steiner, who created the most reprinted New Yorker cartoon in the magazine’s history, is also a novelist. His latest, The Good Cop is due in September.
Blogs Of Interest
Two of The Spill‘s favorite New Yorker centric places to visit.
A New Yorker State Of Mind: Reading Every Issue Of The New Yorker
This is the go-to site for a New Yorker time tunnel experience. Always fascinating. As you see by Ilonka Karasz’s cover above, the latest post examines the issue of March 8, 1930.
Attempted Bloggery‘s latest cartoonist fest is all about original work by the late great George Price. Always fun seeing off the beaten path material from the New Yorker’s artists. See it here.
Today’s Daily Cartoon/Cartoonist
Today’s Daily cartoon cartoon (Trump+$) is by Peter Kuper. Mr. Kuper began contributing to The New Yorker in 2011. Link to his website here.