Today Aron Nels Steinke is here with the fourth installment of his week drawing the Cartoonist's Diary feature.

Meanwhile, elsewhere:

—Phoebe Gloeckner. One of the great side benefits of the release of the film adaptation of Diary of a Teenaged Girl is the slew of great interviews with Gloeckner. Two particularly good ones come from Sean T. Collins at the AV Club and Whitney Joiner at The Rumpus. But even shorter ones, like Nancy Updike's at The Muse, are strong. Laura Miller writes about the book and movie over at Slate.

—Interviews & Profiles. It's Nice That talks to Françoise Mouly about New Yorker covers.

In Print, Steven Heller talks to Nick Sousanis about Unflattening.

Jeremy Dalmas has a short talk with Ariel Schrag.

—News. The imprisoned Iranian artist-activist Atena Farghadani has deservedly won CRNI’s 2015 Courage in Cartooning award.

The Association of American Editorial Cartoonists is calling for an independent investigation of the LAPD/LA Times/Ted Rall situation.

The Seattle Weekly has named Ellen Forney best cartoonist in Seattle.

The 2015 Kirby4Heroes campaign to raise funds for cartoonists in need has launched, and the LA Times has a story about it. The group is run by Jack Kirby's granddaughter, Jillian Kirby, and her goal this year is $20,000.