Feature from Printer's Row by Ken Krimstein
Essay feature from Printer's Row

Ken Krimstein is a cartoonist from Evanston, Illinois. Born in Chicago, he graduated from Grinnell College and Northwestern University. His work has appeared in Punch, The National Lampoon, The New Yorker, Narrativemagazine.com and in cartoon anthologies by Sam Gross and King Features Syndicate.

He has a sketchbook/essay feature running in the Chicago Tribune's literary magazine Printer's Row. A selection of his Jewish-themed cartoons was collected in the book 'Kvetch As Kvetch Can' in 2010. He is also a writer for mcsweeneys.net and The New York Observer.

Cartoon by Ken Krimstein
Cartoon from Kvetch As Kvetch Can


Laatste update: 2012-07-20

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