- 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.
Join PEN America Today
Defend free expression, support persecuted writers, and promote literary culture.
Get updates on events, literary awards, free expression issues, and global news.
"Who is ‘our’? Who is ‘they’? Who is ‘we’?" @ziajaffrey #IndiaAt75
Join us Friday August 19:
One week after the brutal attack on author @SalmanRushdie, the NY literary community is rallying in solidarity and presenting public readings from Rushdie's works on the steps of @nypl on 5th Avenue.
#StandWithSalman. Details: https://pen.org/event/stand-with-salman/
There's a "before" & "after" to the new #SalmanRushdie affair. This terrorist attack requires a strong reply. So, in @TheAtlantic, my call for the author of #TheSatanicVerses, and my dear friend, Salman Rushdie, to receive the #NobelPrize in Literature. https://bit.ly/3JZ22vX