Know Your New Yorker Cartoonists
George Booth: Semper Fi
The infinitely particularized world of the longtime New Yorker cartoonist.
The Beastly Beatitudes of Edward Koren
A visit with the man behind the fuzzy line.
The Kansas City-based cartoonist discusses his long career in cartoons and at The New Yorker.
Jack Ziegler: The Pen and Paper of Middle America
Richard Gehr talks to Jack Ziegler, whose innovative cartoons, often on the topics of food, cowboys and classical literature, have populated The New Yorker for thirty years.
Painting, motoring and striving with the longtime New Yorker cartoonist.
Lee Lorenz: Cartoonist, Editor, Writer, Jazzbo
An interview with the cartoonist, historian, art director and jazz musician.
An interview with one of the most versatile contributors to The New Yorker.
Gahan Wilson and the Comedy of the Weird
For decades, Wilson has been aiming his shrinking ray at monsters and aliens and evil humans of all sorts, and distilled their most terrifying qualities into cartoons.
Sam Gross: Sex, Race, and Frogs
The ultimate gag cartoonist Sam Gross talks about life, organization, art, and animals.