Paul Karasik

Paul Karasik is a cartoonist and educator who has taught and lectured extensively in the United States and abroad. He has received Eisner Awards for his anthology of work by the forgotten comics visionary Fletcher Hanks, and for the book How to Read Nancy, which he co-authored with Mark Newgarden. He lectures worldwide and teaches at The Rhode Island School of Design and Boston University. His gag cartoons appear in The New Yorker.


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It Takes a Deep Reading. And an Obsession.: An Interview with Paul Karasik


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