Mimi Pond

Mimi Pond started her career as a cartoonist at the National Lampoon in the late ‘70s. In the years following, she wrote and illustrated five humor books and contributed regularly to dozens of national magazines and newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times. In 2014, she published the first part of her coming-of-age memoir, Over Easy. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband―the painter Wayne White.

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