James Sturm is cofounder of The Center for Cartoon Studies and Seattle’s alt newsweekly The Stranger. His writings and illustrations have appeared in scores of publications including The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Onion, The New York Times and on the cover of The New Yorker. James has spoken at hundreds of conferences, universities, public schools, libraries, and comics and book festivals and was a 2008 and 2015 MacDowell Colony Fellow.
Comics and Writing Online
How Hard Is It To Get Into the New Yorker?
Offline, What Happened When I Gave Up The Internet
Slate Diary: On Starting The Center for Cartoon Studies
The World is Made of Cheese: The Applied Cartooning Manifesto