Lee Lorenz has contributed to The New Yorker as a freelance and staff cartoonist, as the magazine's art editor from 1973 to 1993, and as its cartoon editor from 1993 to 1997. He is the author of several cartoon collections and the editor of the Essential Cartoonists Library series. Lorenz lives in a rustic corner of Connecticut known for its falling water table, rising taxes, and abundance of deer ticks, and ventures into the city once a week to play in his jazz band.
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Published June 30, 2003
"I just said, 'Open sesame,' and there they were."
Weapons inspectors discover cave filled with weapons of mass destruction.
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