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Kim Warp
Kim Warp is an American cartoonist whose work has appeared in Barron's Magazine, Harvard Business Review, The New Yorker, Reader's Digest, USA Weekend, and elsewhere. She has contributed cartoons to the New Yorker for over 15 years.[1] Kim's cartoons often comment on popular culture or politics in the US, but mostly center around family life like helicopter parenting [2] and old people.[3]
Warp joined the National Cartoonist Society (NCS) in 1999 [4] and in 2000, she received the NCS Gag Cartoon Award.[5] She got interested in magazine cartoons by flipping through Collier's magazine as a child.[6] Warp currently lives in Virginia Beach with her husband, two daughters and three cats.[7]
Her work is collected in books like Funny Ladies: The New Yorker's Greatest Women Cartoonists[8] and both volumes of the New Yorker Rejection Collections, The Best of the Rejection Collection: 293 Cartoons That Were Too Dumb, Too Dark, or Too Naughty for The New Yorker,[9] and The rejection collection : cartoons you never saw, and never will see, in the New Yorker. 2, The cream of the crap [10] and on her contributor page at the New Yorker.[11]
References
  1. ^ The Cartoon Bank interview with Kim Warp
  2. ^ Notary Club of Norfolk
  3. ^ The Cartoon Bank interview with Kim Warp
  4. ^ Kim Warp's biography at the NCS site
  5. ^ National Cartoonists Society: People with Big Noses and Big Feet to Get Big Awards!
  6. ^ Kim Warp's biography at the NCS site
  7. ^ Kim's personal biography
  8. ^ Funny Ladies: The New Yorker's Greatest Women Cartoonists
  9. ^ The Best of the Rejection Collection: 293 Cartoons That Were Too Dumb, Too Dark, or Too Naughty for The New Yorker
  10. ^ The rejection collection : cartoons you never saw, and never will see, in the New Yorker. 2, The cream of the crap
  11. ^ Kim Warp contributor page at the New Yorker
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