Liza Donnelly has contributed to The New Yorker since 1982. She has written a series of children’s books and edited four collections of cartoons. Donnelly lives with her husband, fellow cartoonist Michael Maslin; two daughters; and many pets in Rhinebeck, New York. Her work reflects a unique insight into male-female relationships and family life.
Published March 21, 1994
"I'm sorry, Sue, but Will can't come out. He has to stay in and finish his screenplay."
Hollywood mother to little girl at door. Color.
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