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Category Archives: Sage Stossel

Welcome to the Bad Mommy Zoo (Boston Globe cartoon)

Click to see the rest of the cartoon at the Boston Globe. Also see: Mom Draws Powerful Cartoon in Response to Cincinnati Zoo Incident, by Caroline Bologna, The Huffington Post. [BOOKS: Starling, On the Loose in Boston, On the Loose in Washington, DC, and On the Loose in Philadelphia]

We’re Off to Harvard Square: Local Artist’s Illustrations Get Second Life

The first time Sage Stossel sat down to pen We’re Off to Harvard Square, she gave up. Stossel wanted to write and illustrate a children’s book, and figured the easiest way to go about doing so was to… Continue reading the article by Emily Cassel at Scout Magazine… [BOOKS: Starling, On the Loose in Boston, […]

Star Wars: Episode Boston (Boston Globe cartoon)

Click to see the rest of the cartoon at the Boston Globe. [BOOKS: Starling, On the Loose in Boston, On the Loose in Washington, DC, and On the Loose in Philadelphia]

Pope Francis Meets With V.I.P.s

Click to see the the cartoon at The Atlantic.com. [BOOKS: Starling, On the Loose in Boston, On the Loose in Washington, DC, and On the Loose in Philadelphia]

On the Loose in Philadelphia (Children’s Book)

Cartoonist Sage Stossel created her “Find-the Animals” bestseller On the Loose in Boston in 2009, in which animals from Franklin Park Zoo escape and show up in settings from Fenway Park to Faneuil Hall. She followed it with On the Loose in Washington, D.C. in 2013, when the National Zoo’s animals got the same idea, […]

Dispatch From the Home Front

Click to see the rest of the cartoon. Or click here to see “Life As A New Mom, Summed Up In A Cartoon” at Huffington Post Parents. [BOOKS: Starling, On the Loose in Boston, On the Loose in Washington, DC, and On the Loose in Philadelphia]

A Conversation With Art Spiegelman (Boston Globe cartoon)

Click to see the rest of the cartoon. Or click here to see the cartoon at the Boston Globe.

Graphic Novel STARLING

“If Jane Austen had written this—and in an alternative universe, she could have—it might be called ‘Capes and Coffeebreaks’… The delightfully complicated and cannily crafted plot interweaves Amy’s romantic uncertainties with her super-heroic adventures… This whimsical romantic comedy injects welcome humor into the superhero genre… and will probably appeal more broadly to fans of Dilbert, […]

Radcliffe Quarterly Book Reviews by Sage Stossel

Intuition by Allegra Goodman The Peabody Sisters by Megan Marshall The Emperor’s Children by Claire Messud Liars and Saints by Maile Meloy The Whole World Over by Julia Glass Something Something from the Oven: Reinventing Dinner in 1950s America by Laura Shapiro Imperial Reckoning by Caroline Elkins [Also see Atlantic Interview with Caroline Elkins] On […]

More Atlantic and Atlantic.com writings by Sage Stossel

Facebook Groups: World Leaders Hugo Chávez and Hu Jintao are now friends. Understanding Afghanistan Perspective on a nation in conflict The Craft and Craftiness of Henry Kissinger Articles by Seymour Hersh, Robert D. Kaplan, and others assess Kissinger’s career and legacy. Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Islam Can democracy take root in a predominantly […]