MONDAY: Our guest is Bob Mankoff, cartoonist, and long-time cartoon editor at The New Yorker. He has a new memoir called “How About Never—Is Never Good For You?” named after his most famous cartoon. We’ll talk about his life, editing other people’s cartoons, and creating his own.
i can very much see why this would be his most famous cartoon
although not a limiting factor to this hodgepodge of content,
i have a particular affinity for
almonds, stripes, maps, color, fall weather, open windows, lovely music, the genuine and the ingenious, thunderstorms, storytelling and story-hearing, and all sorts of people.
also, especially, interactions and intertwinings of all of these things
i am so happy to have you here