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Category Archives: cartooning

National Society of Newspaper Columnists’ 2022 Contest

Very belatedly sharing the news that I was excited and honored to learn last month that I won 1st place for Editorial Cartoon in the National Society of Newspaper Columnists’ 2022 contest. The cartoon I won it for was this one for The Boston Globe Ideas section. [BOOKS: On the Loose in Boston, On the […]

Sketches from the Boston Kids Comics Fest

Click to see the rest of the cartoon sketchbook. [BOOKS: On the Loose in Boston, On the Loose in Washington, DC, On the Loose in Philadelphia, On the Loose in New York City, and graphic novel Starling, serialized at GoComics.com.]

Podcast: Illustrator/cartoonist Sage Stossel on the Strip Search podcast

A conversation with Dave London and Pete Chianca on the Pet Peeves/Strip Search Podcast. [Click here to read the rest of the interview at David Wasting Paper.]

Starling on GoGomics.com

I’m excited to report that starting today, my comic Starling will be serialized on GoGomics (online home of Peanuts, Calvin & Hobbes, Doonesbury, & many more). This is the link to the 1st installment from the beginning of the story. (It will update on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays). Click here to read Starling at GoComics.com […]

Comically Speaking: Cartoon Exhibit at the Essex Art Center

               Comically Speaking: Illustrations and drawings by Don Mathias, David Sullivan,                              Sage Stossel, Mark Parisi & John Klossner                                                Jan 9 – March 6, 2015 (Pictured: John Klossner, Don Mathias, Mark Parisi, David Sullivan, and Sage Stossel; Photo via Don Mathias)

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

Click here to read Starling at GoComics.com. Click here to read Starling at the StarlingComic.com website. “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 […]

Cartoonist Survey #143 (Sage Stossel)

What is your favorite pen to use? Uniball Roller Grip 0.5mm Do you do your coloring by hand or on the computer? By hand, but sometimes I make adjustments afterwards in Photoshop. What type of paper do you use? Regular printer paper. What thing(s) do you hate to draw? [Click here to read the rest […]

Video: A Conversation on Cartooning, With Hilary Price and Sage Stossel

Click here for the page at YouTube. Visit the web site of Hilary Price, creator of the Rhymes With Orange comic strip.

A Conversation With Jules Feiffer

Click here to read the interview with Jules Feiffer at The Atlantic.com.