Tag Archives: Arts

Can Humor Be A Factor In Peace?


I just posted a new piece on my Forbes column, and it is about my time drawing and speaking at Forum D’Avignon, a French think-tank on culture. I hope you go visit the page and read the text and see … Continue reading

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Freedom and Fun: The Caen International Cartoon Festival


Along with fifteen other cartoonists, I was fortunate to be invited to participate in the third annual International Cartoon Festival in Caen, France.  The Caen Memorial Museum, which hosts this event, is a very moving place and it was a … Continue reading

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Cartoon Exhibit at TEDWomen


Last week, I returned from speaking at the first ever TEDWomen in Washington, DC, an incredible honor for me. My talk was titled The Power of Cartoons, and I discussed how visual humor has the power to not only transform … Continue reading

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TEDWomen


This past summer, I was thrilled to be invited by Pat Mitchell to speak at the first ever TEDWomen Conference in Washington, DC.  It is now a week away, and I am putting the final touches on my talk, cartoons … Continue reading

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Laughter and Truth: a Video about the Book


Last week, Chronicle Books hired Lauren Saffa, a very talented filmmaker, to visit my studio and interview me. We talked about my work and my book, cartooning, women, creativity, film, mothers and whether or not San Francisco is similar to … Continue reading

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