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New Yorker Gives Trump ‘Enablers’ McConnell, Graham, Barr A Humiliating New Job

The New Yorker’s art editor Francoise Mouly has a calendar hanging beside her desk that she uses to map out cover ideas. She marks certain weeks with words or phrases as a way to organize cover ideas. Her covers, she tells me, are organized by the seasons.

“I think of it as a hallmark calendar,” she says.

Mouly will often reach out to several artists with a particular cover idea. She will get some 20-30 sketches by different artists before making a final decision.
Catherine Taibi

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