librarian with a sign behind her that reads 'Thank You for Not Speaking'
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Frank Cotham was educated at the University of Memphis and went on to join the production department at WHBQ-TV. In 1986, when “the other guy” in the art department quit, Cotham followed suit and decided he’d give full-time cartooning a try. He has been a cartoonist for The New Yorker since 1993.