Robert Mankoff

Robert Mankoff sold his first cartoon to The New Yorker in 1977, becoming a regular contributor. He has been cartoon editor since 1997 and has edited multiple collections of cartoons, including The Complete Cartoons of The New Yorker.

Robert Mankoff: The New Yorker Cartoon

The New Yorker cartoon is a unique and distinctive art form. Bob Mankoff, cartoonist and humourist, will demonstrate what makes this genre incomparable in an illustrated talk that will draw from his memoir: How About Never – Is Never Good for You? My Life in Cartoons.

In association with How To Academy

The New Yorker
New York symbolises the sweeping cultural changes of the 20th century and The New Yorker, first published in 1925, initiated many of these changes. With its extensive reportage and unparalleled arts features, the magazine transcends the city that gave it its name. New Yorker leading lights: film critic David Denby, drama critic John Lahr, cartoon editor Robert Mankoff and fiction editor Deborah Treisman invest...