Then after 9/11, I made a promise to myself to draw more political cartoons; I had always sold some to The New Yorker. I was surprised. “Daddy, can we stop being worried now?” she asks. So now I publish weekly on the Internet, and I find Twitter is a good audience to share my cartoons with. Cartoonist Liza Donnelly had captured the layers of emotions running through America in a single drawing. I think it’s appropriate to publish here again, with news of the death of Osama Bin Laden yesterday. But it was good! And we are fortunate to have found such a community- while no place is perfect, this HV is a pretty good spot to live and love. Cartoonist Liza Donnelly. What good work you are doing and that 9/11/ cartoon is perfect for the moment. Thanks . Keep up the good work! We need more sane voices everywhere- in print, on the net, in the world, as well as in our community. Leave reply: Cancel reply. By: liza On: January 11, 2011 In: General, News Comments: 1 copyright The New Yorker and Liza Donnelly, 2001.
Being Worried Still By: liza On: May 02, 2011 In ... copyright Liza Donnelly and The New Yorker Magazine, 2002 . In honor of 9/11 By: liza On: September 11, 2014 In: News ... 2011 In: News Comments: 2. copyright Liza Donnelly and The New Yorker Magazine, 2002 This cartoon was published in The New Yorker in... Read more. Discover (and save!) Latest Tweets. Well it wasn’t a yam or a sweet potato. In honor of 9/11 By: liza On: September 11, 2014 In: News Comments: 0 This was my creative response, at the time, to the horrible events of September 11, 2001. In honor of 9/11 By: liza On: September 11, 2014 In: News Comments ... May 02, 2011 In: News Comments: 2. copyright Liza Donnelly and The New Yorker Magazine, 2002 This cartoon was published in The New Yorker in... Read more. @lizadonnelly: @mathmtcs Interesting. This choice coincided with the arrival of the Internet and I soon found outlets online for my political cartoons. Dec 19, 2014 - This Pin was discovered by Julia Grundling. (Source: Express photo by Oinam Anand) The New Yorker printed a cartoon after 9/11 in which a little girl is talking to her father in a room strewn with newspapers. I did more.
your own Pins on Pinterest Latest Tweets. This cartoon was published in The New Yorker in the months following September 11th, 2001. @lizadonnelly: @mathmtcs White.