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cartoonist Sage Stossel

Cartoons by Sage Stossel.

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Starling, a comic by Sage Stossel

On the Loose in New York City, a children’s book by Sage Stossel (published September 2018).
On the Loose in Philadelphia, a children’s book by Sage Stossel (published May 2015).
On the Loose in Washington, DC, a children’s book by Sage Stossel (published May 2013).
On the Loose in Boston, a children’s book by Sage Stossel (published June 2009)

Podcast: Illustrator/cartoonist Sage Stossel talks to the Strip Search podcast

Cartoonists see a movement developing
Ann Telnaes of the Washington Post, Rob Rogers of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Sage Stossel from The Atlantic discuss Parkland, #NeverAgain and the Trump era.

Sage Stossel cartoonist survey

LitReactor: Ten Questions with Sage Stossel.

Mom Draws Powerful Cartoon in Response to Cincinnati Zoo Incident, The Huffington Post.

Video: a conversation on cartooning, with Hilary Price and Sage Stossel

Despite Magazine’s Exit, She’s Still Drawn to Boston (Boston Globe)

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Sage Stossel’s Cartoons of the Decade

Sage Stossel’s 2010 in Cartoons

Interview: A Conversation With Jules Feiffer

Interview (in comics form): A Conversation With Art Spiegelman

Interview: A Conversation With Edward Sorel

Introverts of the World, Unite! (A conversation with Jonathan Rauch)

Harvard Square Illustrations: Street Musician, Winthrop Park | Bartley’s Burgers | Weeks’ Bridge | Pinocchio’s Pizza | The Inn at Harvard | Out of Town News/Taxis | Yenching Restaurant | The Red House | Church Street | Grendel’s Den | Brattle Street

Cambridge Public Library Illustrations and More Cambridge Public Library Illustrations

Faneuil Hall Illustration and Boston Esplanade Illustration from On the Loose in Boston

Love Park/JFK Plaza Illustration from On the Loose in Philadelphia

Central Park Illustration from On the Loose in New York City

Sketch: A Homeland Security officer picks out a Bruins Shirt from a street vendor outside Boston Garden the Wednesday after the Marathon Bombing.

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