From Stephen Nadler’s Attempted Bloggery, December 27, 2012, “New Yorker Cartoons at Auction” wherein Mr. Nadler fully examines an auction of New Yorker cartoons at The Morton Library in Rhinecliff, New York this past November.
From Comic Book Bin, November 8, 2012, “After the Fall: An Illustrated Novel book review” — a thumbs up for Victoria Roberts new book.
From The Jewish Daily Forward, November 8, 2012, “Lunching with New Yorker Cartoonists” — this review of the well-traveled short film by Rachel Loube. (Above: some of the cartoonists featured: clockwise, Sid Harris, Drew Dernavich, Zach Kanin and Emily Flake)
From Comics and Graphics Fest, the who, what, where, and when about the upcoming event in Brooklyn. Among the participants: Chris Ware, Roz Chast, Adrian Tomine, and Charles Burns (Above: Chris Ware’s poster for the event)
The 2012 National Cartoonists Society Reuben Award winners named last night included New Yorker contributors Edward Sorel, Ben Katchor, and Zach Kanin. For a list of all the winners, go here to the NCS site. Congratulations!
From Hollywood Soapbox, May 23, 2012, “Tribeca Review: ‘Every Tuesday: A Portrait of The New Yorker Cartoonists'”
From San Francisco Gate, May 23, 2012, “‘The Kugelmass Episode’ at City Arts & Lectures” (scroll down for R. Chast content)
From European Cartoon Center, May 23, 2012, “Women Cartoonists by Liza Donnelly in Genva”
From Humor Times, May 23, 2012, “Insight on Cartoonists: Nick Downes”
From the National Cartoonists Society, the 2012 Divisional Award nominees include a number of artists from The New Yorker: Edward Sorel, Barbara Smaller, Glen LeLievre, Matthew Diffee, Zachary Kanin, Ben Katchor, and Bruce McCall. Winners to be announced May 26th, 2012.
Over at The New York Times (online), Jason Polan has posted his second in a series of What I Saw…sorry, no link, just go to nytimes.com and look around.
From Paul Karasik this video tour of an exhibit he curated, “Graphic Novel Realism” (details found on the post).
And at The Village Voice, Ward Sutton gives us an “Unofficial Future History of Mad Men”