“I Didn’t Want to Draw a Psychological Portrait of These Men I Despise”: An Interview with Catherine Meurisse
A frank and searing conversation with Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Catherine Meurisse about her graphic memoir, Lightness, recently translated for English readers.
A Child of the Revolution
In The Arab of the Future, the French-Syrian cartoonist Riad Sattouf remembers an errant childhood spent in France, as well as the Libya of Muammar Gaddafi and the Syria of Hafiz al-Assad.
“Catharsis” and Charlie
In his new book Catharsis (Futuropolis), longtime Charlie Hebo cartoonist Luz describes the the aftermath of the attack.
Angoulême Year Zero
Angoulême 2015 will be remembered chiefly for having taken place under the hovering specter of terrorism. But beyond that, it was a memorable year in several respects: a year of protest, reform, and even cautious optimism.
Our European correspondent on Charlie Hebdo and the attacks upon it, with attention paid to freedom of speech, iconoclasm, offensive cartoons, Islamophobia, and anti-Semitism.
Angoulême est Charlie; Chinese Partnership; Otomo Grand Prix
A report from the first day of the Angoulême festival.
The Tears of the Prophet
A critical look at the heavily anticipated, seven-million-print-run issue of Charlie Hebdo published in the wake of the Paris attacks
PABLO and Charlie
A report from Paris in the aftermath
Institution and Individual
The winners in the main categories at this year’s Angoulême festival raise interesting questions about French cartooning and satire.