Audio Interview Of Interest: Edward Koren; Article Of Interest; Art Young; …and More Spills!

From Vermont Public Radio, November 26, 2018 “Ed Koren Talks Cartooning And His ‘Wild’ New Collection” — an enjoyable short interview (just under a half hour) with one of our modern New Yorker cartoon masters. _____________________________________________________ Book Of Interest; Art Young To Laugh That We May Not Weep: The Life and Times of Art Young has been around since the

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Coming Events Of Interest: Death Panel At The New York Public Library; Eckstein Talks Snowmen; Liza Donnelly Talks Dogs With Carolita Johnson; An Edward Koren Book Event In Vermont

October 31st:  “Death Panels: Comics That Help Us Face End Of Life”  includes work by New Yorker cartoonists Ben Schwartz, Emily Flake and Roz Chast. Info here.  ______________________________________________________________________ Two Snowman Events with The New Yorker’s Bob Eckstein Mr. Eckstein, a contributor to The New Yorker since 2007 is the world’s leading snowman expert.  You can catch him at these two

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It’s Too Darn Hot; Fave Photos of the Day: Chast & Wertz…Shanahan, Toro & Ziegler

Here’s a Liza Donnelly classic cartoon from The New Yorker issue of August 7, 1995: And a favorite Charles Addams cover: ______________________________________________________ Fave Photos of the Day: Roz Chast & Julia Wertz…Shanahan, Toro & Ziegler Julia Wertz (on the left) and Roz Chast appeared at The New York Public Library last Thursday to discuss their work. I love that Ms.

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Booth, Acocella, & Diffee’s Illustrated Conversation at The New York Public Library; Liza Donnelly to Speak at The Norman Rockwell Museum; Michael Crawford’s Paintings Exhibited

George Booth, Marisa Acocella Marchetto, and Matthew Diffee will engage in an illustrated conversation Tuesday, July 21st at the NYPL’s Mid-Manhattan Library.¬† Details here.     Mr. Booth, who began contributing¬† to The New Yorker in 1969, was recently featured in Richard Gehr’s book of interviews, I Only Read It For the Cartoons.              

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