This ‘old’ dog story by Adam Gopnik — from 2011 — about a couple getting a pooch for their daughter re-appeared on The New Yorker website last week, and I thought you might enjoy it!
One of my all-time favorite (dog) artists, Mark Ulriksen, has a new book out called Dogs Rule Nonchalantly, which is a humorous storybook for kids and adults, featuring some of Ulriksen’s greatest
illustrations kibbles ‘n bits from The New Yorker and other fine publications that make up this touching, dog-crazy tale. (Amazon)
Ian Crouch of The New Yorker is positing the theory that perhaps Wes Anderson, the stylish, erudite director of The Royal Tenenbaums and Moonrise Kingdom, is not a fan of dogs. Personally, I think Mr. Anderson just likes to use his clever humor to subvert the public’s love for pups, but you can decide for yourself by reading the article here.
The New Yorker delves deeply to unsolve the mystery about whether Nipper The RCA Dog was, indeed, a Jack Russell Terrier…