I recently took a trip to Guelph to check out the Crown Barber Shop. Why? It was designed by one of my favourite cartoonists, Seth.
I recently spoke to Aislin about the state of editorial cartooning in this country, the subject of his new anthology, Cartoon Canada.
A few years ago, I bought a small illustration showing the intersection of College and Grace streets, not far from where I live. In today’s National Post, I talk to the artist, Michael Cho, about his new book, Back Alleys and Urban Landscapes.
In Saturday’s National Post I talk to author Kyo Maclear about her latest book for children, Virginia Wolf.
I’m coming to this one a little late. But better late than never, right? Douglas Coupland and Graham Roumieu collaborate on Highly Inappropriate Tales for Young People.
To commemorate Remembrance Day, I talk to the authors of a new illustrated book about the First World War, And The Soldiers Sang.