Cartoonist P. C. Vey
Hampshire Life: Talk about the work you’re currently doing. What does it involve, and what are you trying to achieve?
Peter Vey: Right now I’m doing a batch of cartoons, which is about 15 to 20 roughs. I actually do this every week for The New Yorker. The batch is due by 12 o’clock on Tuesday. After they’ve either OK’d one or none, I send them off to a few other publications. Occasionally somebody asks me to do an illustration.
Cartoonist George Booth
Mike Lynch gives us a snippet (too little to call it an excerpt) of his interview with George Booth.
When I got ready to actually read the newest Hogan’s Alley, after flipping through the issue, the first feature story I went to was the George Booth interview. It is a fun and fascinating tour of the very early career of Mr. Booth. Any snippet cannot do the whole wonderful George Booth article justice.
And since we’re on the subject of wonderful…
The Ultimate Cartoon Book of Book Cartoons
I got the regular edition off the shelf of the local Barnes and Noble.
But at Attempted Bloggery Stephen Nadler proudly displays his autographed copy,
plus more – like photos of contributors at book store appearances.
Sometimes gag cartoons take a different form: