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Various Interviews


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Launch Party!


Fun was had by all at the launch party and round table discussion for my book on Wednesday.  Tricia Gesner from the Cartoonbank took most of these wonderful photos–thank you!  I will post more later today.  Panelists were Roz Chast, … Continue reading

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Scripted


I’ve been working on a lot of talks lately.  Which is different than when I was young, when I was working on talking. I was so painfully shy,  it seriously worried my parents and my teachers.  As a young adult, … 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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And The Wine Was Served


Last night, in celebration of my book When Do They Serve the Wine? and opening of my exhibition, Decades of Donnelly, The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art had a party. Thanks to all who came to laugh and drink … Continue reading

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Girls Night Out: Variations on a Theme


Every now and then I will post cartoons from the book. This one above is a repeated feature in each chapter: Girls Night Out.  Can you guess how old these women are?  To be honest, I haven’t been to many … Continue reading

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The Road to a Great Cover


When Do They Serve The Wine? went through many changes over the course of a year. When I wrote the proposal, I had titled the book, “Mirror, Mirror in The Trash,” a title that my husband actually inspired.  When you … Continue reading

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Portrait of the Cartoonist as A Woman


When Do They Serve The Wine was conceived over a period of years, and really began with an idea I had for a graphic narrative. I drew little vignettes about growing up and dealing with wanting to be a cartoonist … Continue reading

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