From Eugenia Viti, who began contributing to The New Yorker in June of 2019: “What To Think About In The Morning Before You Remember The Sad State Of The World”
The Daily Cartoon: J.A.K., Emily Flake, Avi Steinberg, Cerise Zelenetz, Maddie Dai.
Daily Shouts: Ali Fitzgerald, Emily Flake, Zoe Si.
…and Barry Blitt’s Kvetchbook
You can see all of the above, and more, here.
Video Interview Of Interest: Lars Kenseth
From Artcasters, April 23, 2020, this hour plus interview with Lars Kenseth. Lots of New Yorker talk from the ever-delightful Mr. Kenseth.
Here’s Mr. Kenseth’s entry of the Spill’s A-Z:
Lars Kenseth (photo & bio courtesy of Mr. Kenseth) Lars is a cartoonist whose lumpy people have appeared in The New Yorker, Barron’s and Food And Wine’s FWx. With a heavy background in animation, Lars has spent the last decade drawing and writing for Fox, Disney, Mondo, Maker, MTV and, most recently, Adult Swim. He’s a 2016 Sundance Institute Fellow, a Dartmouth graduate and a long suffering acolyte of the New York Jets. A New England native, Lars wisely lives in Los Angeles with his wife Liz and their two feline dependents, Omelet and Honeybear. New Yorker work: November 14, 2016 –. Website: larskenseth.com/
Further reading… the Spill‘s “Checking In: Lars Kenseth Talks About ‘Deodorant People’ And His First New Yorker Cartoon”