Mimi Pond

Mimi Pond is a cartoonist and a writer who wrote the first episode of The Simpsons. Her work has appeared in the National Lampoon, the Village VoiceThe New York TimesAdweek, and  Los Angeles Times


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PODCAST #58: Mimi Pond

Acclaimed cartoonist Mimi Ponds talks about her new graphic memoir Over Easy, a story about an art school dropout coming of age in 1970's California....

PODCAST #58: Mimi Pond


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