Another of my New York Times illustrations has been repurposed for the Modern Love Podcast. From the website:
“Here’s a problem most of us never have: So many people want to date you — and send you baked goods — that you have to turn them away.
Well, that did not happen to Amy Cohen. But it did happen to her father. Amy writes about the difference between her father’s dating life and her own in her essay, “Ah, To Be Old, Male, and Single.”
David Chelsea is reading: Born to Be Posthumous: The Eccentric Life and Mysterious Genius of Edward Gorey
by Mark Dery
It’s read by Natasha Lyonne. She’s the star and co-creator of the Netflix original show “Russian Doll.””