Hello, everyone! Well, somehow a month has already flown by, and this will be my final post as the Substack Writer in Residence. I’m honored to announce…
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Q: Can you please do a detailed “process post” about making a cover for The New Yorker? The first step in the process is an intangible, invisible one…
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Q: When writing your stories, how much prose do you produce before beginning the thumbnails or sketches? Almost none. As much as possible, I try to…
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Q: Can I ask how you got started at The New Yorker? I’m a long-time reader and have always been curious how one gets their work onto those pages. I’m…
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Q: At the end of The Loneliness of the Long–Distance Cartoonist, it shows you getting out of bed, presumably to begin this very work. You get a notebook…
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Q: I read in an interview that you’ve been doing some screenwriting. Can you talk about adapting your stories into film, or whatever it is? I have a…
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Q: What kind of pens do you use for sketches and inking? And also, what kind of paper works best for you? I get variations on this question fairly…
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Q: How the hell do you say your last name? Sorry if that’s rude—long-time fan who wants to say it correctly. Not rude at all, and no surprise that this…
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Hi, everyone! And welcome to the inaugural post of the Substack Writers’ Residency. I’m honored to be the first writer in residence, and I’m frankly a…
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