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  1. Text, Don’t Call: An Interview with Introvert and Cartoonist Aaron Caycedo-Kimura

    An interview with an introvert and author of Text, Don’t Call: An Illustrated Guide to the Introverted Life.

    Authors

    All images below are excerpted from TEXT, DON’T CALL: An Illustrated Guide to the Introverted Life by Aaron Caycedo-Kimura with the permission of TarcherPerigee, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC. Copyright© 2017 by Aaron T. Caycedo-Kimura.

  2. INFJoe Cartoons

    INFJoe is the cartoon persona of artist and introvert Aaron Caycedo-Kimura. On his blog, INFJoe Cartoons, he shares insightful and funny comics about life as an introvert.

    Authors
    Cartoon by INFJoe
  3. Margaret Atwood

    The official site of Margaret Atwood: poet, novelist, children’s author, and (surprise!) cartoonist. Browse Margaret’s cartoons, read interviews, and learn about her work supporting green interests.

    Authors
    Photo by Larry D. Moore (CC BY-SA 4.0)
  4. Sketch and repeat

    “Before they were published, they were just scribbles in a sketchbook.” New Yorker cartoonist Drew Dernavich shares the process from sketch to caption to publication.

    Art
    Art by Drew Dernavich
  5. Full Frontispiece

    Why judge a book by its cover when you can use the frontispiece instead? Illustrations and humor, pulled up from the depths of literary history.

    Books
  6. Lyudmila Pavlichenko: The Deadliest Female Sniper in History

    Rejected Princesses illustrates the stories of “women too awesome, awful, or offbeat for kids’ movies.” In this installment, learn about Soviet sniper Lyudmila Pavlichenko, her military career, and her friendship with Eleanor Roosevelt.

    History
  7. Wrong Hands

    Wrong Hands is the site of Canadian artist and cartoonist John Atkinson.

    Art
  8. Cartoonist Drew Dernavich on Humor, Craft, and Drawing for The New Yorker

    A conversation with award-winning cartoonist Drew Dernavich, who was involved with two book projects recently, including his first children’s book.

    Comics
  9. I Wanted Wings

    Can you be a feminist geek? Hannah Collins’s geeky musings on everything from Super Woman to Cinderella answer that question ably.

    Comics