Someday, Daughter…

BY ON December 1, 2011

Someday Daughter cartoon with mom telling daughter someday pollution will be her problem

Thank you, Liza!

About cartoonist, Liza Donnelly:

Liza Donnelly is a staff cartoonist with The New Yorker Magazine. When she first began selling to The New Yorker in 1979, she was the youngest and one of only three cartoonists who were women. Liza is a public speaker and has spoken at TED , the United Nations, and The New Yorker Festival, among many other places. Liza has appeared on CBS Sunday Morning, NBC and BetterTV, and has been profiled on radio and in numerous magazines, newspapers and online. Liza’s cartoons and commentary can be seen on various websites: CNN, HuffingtonPost, Salon, Daily Beast, WomensEnews, Narrative Magazine. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, and her cartoons have been exhibited around the world. Her most recent book is When Do They Serve The Wine? The Folly, Flexibility and Fun of Being a Woman (2010, Chronicle Books). Liza is at work on a new book, titled Women On Men. Find more about Liza at lizadonnelly.com

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TOPICS: Coal, Motherhood, Pollution