Liza Donnelly To Live-Draw Tonight’s Debate For NYT Opinion
Ms. Donnelly, whose first New Yorker cartoon appeared in 1982, will live-draw tonight’s Presidential debate for The New York Times Opinion section. She made the announcement yesterday via Twitter:
New Yorker Cover Artist Gayle Kabaker’s 100 Portraits
Here’s a short video introduction to New Yorker cover artist Gayle Kabaker’s exhibit at D.C.’s Kennedy Center, “Vital Voices: 100 Women Using Their Power To Empower”
…Further reading: a Washington Post piece on the exhibit.
Link here for information on how to obtain the companion book to the exhibit.
For a short video profile of Ms. Kabaker and her work, go here.
Today’s: David Sipress on watching tonight’s debate. Mr. Sipress began contributing to the magazine in 1998.
Yesterday’s: Veteran contributor Mort Gerberg (his first New Yorker cartoon appeared April 10, 1965) on recalibrating during these times.
The full page ad appearing in the latest of the issue of the magazine opposite the Talk Of The Town got my attention.
You can take a “look inside” The Fragile Earth: Writings From The New Yorker On Climate Change on Amazon here.
Edited by David Remnick & Henry Finder. Pub date is October 6th. The publisher is Ecco.