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Published March 7, 2011
In a stereotypical interrogation room, a cop hands a sheet of paper to a frightened man whose hands are tied to his chair.
Drew Dernavich has been contributing cartoons to The New Yorker since 2002. His unusual, blocky style of drawing, a reflection of his training in woodcutting and stone-carving, makes his cartoons stand out, as does his signature, "Dd." He lives in New Jersey with his wife.