The ‘Recipe’ For A Cartoon For The New Yorker

A Liza Donnelly cartoon for the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media / © Liza Donnelly

It’s no secret that readers of The New Yorker look first at its cartoons — but what’s the secret to the cartoons? Why have they been seducing readers since 1925, when co-founders Harold Ross and Jane Grant launched the magazine?

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