Ben Katchor — American Cartoonist

Ben Katchor is an American cartoonist best known for his comic strip Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer. He has contributed comics and drawings to The Jewish Daily Forward, The New Yorker, Metropolis magazine, and weekly newspapers in the U.S. A Guggenheim Fellowship and MacArthur Fellowship recipient, Katchor was described by author Michael Chabon as "the creator of the last great American comic strip.".. (wikipedia)

I always lived in old buildings, and I thought about who lived here before. You'd have to be oblivious not to.
You can have your own watch and always doubt it. If I had a watch I'd probably always be doubting it or the batteries would be dying. I just know that people always have trouble with their watches, and that's why I like public clocks.
There's something exciting about weekly strips in that you're following the way the story reveals itself to the writer week by week. All the possible directions it could have taken are there; it's a kind of participatory reading that I think books discourage.
I'm very interested in music and where these sounds of Western music come from.
The publishing industry has always wanted to make books as cheaply and as ephemerally as they could; it's nothing new.

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