NPR interviewed New Yorker cartoonist Matthew Diffee regarding his latest book Hand Drawn Jokes for Smart Attractive People. The book comes out later this month.
On The New Yorker’s rejection rate
It’s classically bad. … We’re supposed to turn in 10 gag ideas, you know, at a sketch level. And on a really good week they’ll buy one. So 90 percent rejection is doing great.
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Why 25%? Any one can draw, it’s the joke that gets it sold. You should get 25%.
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