An interview with Michael Capozzola The old line, “They laughed when I sat down to play the piano,” doesn’t quite fit the work of Michael Capozzola, who wants people to laugh, not when he’s seated, … Read moreInsight on Cartoonists: Michael Capozzola
An interview with Stan Mack “You don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy Levy’s Rye Bread,” was a very successful ad in New York City some years back. And the same holds true for Stan … Read moreInsight on Cartoonists: Stan Mack
“How About Never? Is Never Good For You? My Life In Cartoons” – a book review Bob Mankoff, the The New Yorker’s cartoon editor since 1997, has written a new book with a title inspired by … Read moreBook Review: How About Never?
“Six Chix” contributor Isabella Bannerman has always loved making people laugh “Now that I’m 51,” cartoonist Isabella Bannerman tells me, “cartooning is easier than it’s ever been. I don’t care the way I did about … Read moreCartoonist Isabella Bannerman: Funny at 51
By S.L. Chandler In jolly old London town there’s a place called Harley Street where top-notch physicians do everything they can to improve your health. The same can be said about Harley Schwadron whose light … Read moreInsight: Cartoonist Harley Schwadron