Other than the above, his juvenile titles, pre-1990, include "Bear-Ly
Bear-Able Bear Jokes, Riddles, and Knock-Knocks," "The Biggest
Sandwich Ever" (Gelman), "Mr. Skinner's Skinny House" (Ann McGovern),
"Ghostly Giggles" (McGovern), "Riddle Rat" (Donald Hall), "Stepmothers
Try Harder" (Gelman), "Leave it to Minnie" (Gelman), and "Murf the
Monster" (Nora Logan).
"Mort Gerberg is a cartoonist and author best known for his magazine
cartoons, which have appeared regularly in numerous publications such
as The New Yorker, Playboy, Harvard Business Review, Publishers Weekly
and online on Huffington Post .
"He was voted as Best Magazine Cartoonist of 2008 by the National
Cartoonists Society, the international organization for professional cartoonists, an award he also won for 2007. He has drawn several nationally-syndicated newspaper comic strips and has written, edited
and/or illustrated 40 books for adults and children.
"He is the author of the recent The All-Jewish Cartoon Collection and
the editor of LAST LAUGHS: Cartoons About Aging. Retirement...and the
Great Beyond, an original hardcover collection published by Scribner.
He is also the author of Cartooning: The Art and the Business, which
has been the leading instructional/reference work in the field for 26
years. Among his other popular books are Joy in Mudville: The Big Book
of Baseball Humor, and the best-selling (two-and-a half million
copies) More Spaghetti, I Say.
"Mr. Gerberg has written, drawn and performed on television news shows
and appeared in the Shari Lewis home video Lamb Chop in The Land of No
Manners. Mr. Gerberg taught cartooning at New York City's Parsons
School of Design, including an online class through the New School
Distance Learning Program."
"He lives in New York City with his wife, Judith Gerberg, plays second
base for The New Yorker softball team, and is an avid Huffington Post
"His comic strip Koky (co-created and written by Richard O'Brien) was syndicated from 1979 to 1981 by the Chicago Tribune-New York News