New Voices in Vietnamese American Literature: A Conversation with Viet Thanh Nguyen, Andrew Lam, and Aimee Phan
Aimee Phan: I'm specifically thinking about Barack Obama's recent visit to Vietnam. Whenever the relationship between Vietnam
Documentary Filmmaker, Louise Amandes, Talks Cartoons, Collaboration, And Getting Into San Diego Comic-Con
An eclectic artist herself, Louise knows a little something about both the joy and struggle of the artist's life.
Filmmaker Leah Wolchok delved into The New Yorker cartoon submission process and discovered a peculiar fact.
This year, it is Raif Badawi -- jailed, publicly lashed, and fined for standing up to the Saudi monarchy -- who is nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, alongside his also-imprisoned lawyer and brother-in-law Waleed Abulkhair.
The New York City-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has come out with a new report that deals with the challenges faced by cartoonists across the globe. In light of the attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo last January, a report of this nature is quite timely.
* If warnings don't work, then kill - Islamic State fighter By Ali Abdelaty and Maggie Fick In Lebanon, satirists say things
Tignous was an illustrator, who, according to Slate, authored eight books. Cabu, 76, was a fixture at Charlie Hebdo whom
Women cartoonists are finally drawing a fine line and earning righful rewards for their work. Stay tooned.
Wouldn’t a great artist not worry about that and try to see as objectively or as clearly as they can? Maybe I’m just white
The documentary Dear Mr. Watterson explores what makes Calvin & Hobbes so special, beloved, and influential, and why its creator was willing to take on newspapers and the comics industry not only to serve his creation, but comics in general.