Today on the site: Day One of Dash Shaw's Cartoonist Diary, in which Dash introduces us to his in-progress graphic novel, Discipline.
And RJ Casey talks to Warren Craghead about the artist's remarkable daily Donald Trump drawing project.
The writer Nahed Hatter was murdered in Amman, Jordan, as he prepared to testify about a cartoon he posted online.
Kaitlyn Greenidge writes about the recent controversy over real or perceived cultural appropriation in fiction in the NY Times.
I wrote about Carroll Dunham's drawings over at Hyperallergic.