Matt Diffee

Matthew Diffee has been contributing cartoons to The New Yorker since 1999. His work has also appeared in Time, The Huffington Post, The Believer and Texas Monthly magazines. He is the editor of three volumes of “The Rejection Collection: Cartoons You Never Saw and Never Will See in The New Yorker” published by Simon & Schuster and is working on a new book for Scribner called “Hand Drawn Jokes for Smart Attractive People.” He’s done illustration work for bands like the Punch Brothers and for a special collector’s edition of Stephen King’s novel “Under the Dome.” Last year Diffee received the Silver Reuben Award for best single panel cartoonist of the year and was recently named Chairman of the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Cartoonists Society.


Matt Diffee: Giggles and Shivers!

Cleere's Theatre Bar

An afternoon of humor AND horror, it’s like two shows in one. First, back by popular demand, New Yorker cartoonist Matt Diffee brings you his own brand of hand-drawn comedy before welcoming special guests to the stage for a bit of spookiness. Author, illustrator and cartoonist, Harry Bliss will read a truly frightening short story […]