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In conversation with monologist Josh Kornbluth

Political illustrator Peter Kuper, whose graphic novels include Sticks and Stones, The System, and an adaptation of Franz Kafka's The Metamorphosis, is most widely recognized as the artist behind Mad magazine's legendary "Spy vs. Spy". His latest graphic novel, Stop Forgetting to Remember, is a hilarious and heartbreaking quasi-autobiography about social doubts, the anxiety over fatherhood, and adult friendships.

"An adult book of astonishingly youthful vigor, Stop Forgetting to Remember is one of the great graphic memoirs." - Boston Globe

"Peter Kuper is undoubtedly the modern master whose work has refined the socially relevant comic to the highest point yet achieved." - Newsarama

Presented in partnership with the California College of the Arts, the Cartoon Art Museum and the San Francisco Art Institute

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