(next time, we'll order in)

In this week's The New Yorker magazine, online here, in good company.


what a difference an hour makes

My cartoon in the October 10th '11 issue of The New Yorker.



(If you'd like to gift it, or a print or mug of it to your favorite late/early riser, click on the cartoon!)

Also, see if you can find my Air France cartoon in there, too! It's part of an ad. Only in the print edition, though, as far as I can tell.


The Mac who loved me

My article about my first Mac and the men behind it (left behind it, more like)! In The Hairpin.


The Evolution of Ape-Face Johnson


I performed the story of Ape-Face Johnson at Jon Friedman's Rejection Show as a narration with slidehow back in 2007, and have been meaning to do it as a written piece for years. I finally met the right editor, and it's just been published at The Hairpin, a wonderful online magazine by and for great women. It's called, "The Evolution of Ape-Face Johnson," and I think if anyone ever made fun of you in middle school (or anywhere), you'll relate. I hope you'll like it! And even if you don't, if all I've done is introduce you to The Hairpin? I'm happy! 


introducing Oscarina...

I've been doing a weekly cartoon lately, called "Oscarina..." It's loosely based on me as a child. My parents used to call me "Oscar the Grouch," and a "lemon," and accuse me of eating tiger meat on the sly, among other things, because I always had something to say about something that I didn't like or understand, which made me a bit of a pain in the ass, I guess. Anyway, I don't know what happened recently, but all of a sudden, this little girl just appeared on paper, and I just went with it. So, here's Oscarina! She has her own website, but she also appears from time to time on the Huffington Post's comedy site. She also has her own Facebook Fan Page, which she'd love you to "like." 

Here's the first Oscarina. 

UPDATE: Oscarina is now  appearing three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Mondays are usually politically or media-inspired and often are reposted to the Huffington Post, Wednesdays are free-form, and Fridays are usually devoted to women's issues/causes. Why? Because I feel like it!