Ken Krimstein (Pictured above, photograph and bio courtesy of the cartoonist) Born, Chicago, Illinois. Raised in Deerfield Illinois. Began drawing at age one. Graduated from Grinnel College and Northwestern University. His work has appeared in “Punch,” “The National Lampoon,” “Narrativemagazine.com,” several cartoon anthologies edited by Sam Gross and in others assembled by King Features “New Breed.” As a writer, he has published in mcsweeneys.net, “The New York Observer,” and has read work as part of “Trumpet Fiction” at KGB bar in New York. Krimstein lives with his wife and three children in Chicago.
New Yorker work: August 7, 2000 – . Clarkson Potter published a cartoon collection, Kvetch As Kvetch Can, in October of 2010.
is a weekly themed offering of cartoons by (mostly) New Yorker
cartoonists (this week they all are). The theme on this day: Too Much Info. The contributors are Hilary Campbell, J.A.K., Ellis Rosen, Navied Mahdavian, Amy Kurzweil, Kendra Allenby, and Johnny DiNapoli. See all the work here.
The Daily Cartoon: Navied Mahdavian (with Marta Florio), Emily Flake, Ali Solomon, Zoe Si, Lars Kenseth.