Cartoonist Jerry Dumas to speak November 18

Have you ever tried to live with a cartoonist? If you haven’t but would love to try, Jerry Dumas is going to draw you some tips.

“How to Live With a Cartoonist” is topic of Second Congregational Church’s program on Nov. 18. Mr. Dumas, a cartoonist, columnist writer and essayist as well as a Greenwich resident. He will speak at 10:45 a.m. at Second Congregational Church, at 139 E. Putnam Avenue at a program sponsored by The Women’s Fellowship of the church. A luncheon will follow for $8.

Mr. Dumas lives with his wife, Gail, in town and they have three sons and a granddaughter. He will talk about professional and personal aspects of his successful, varied career. Mr. Dumas, whose accomplishments include creating the Sam and Silo comic strip, has written and drawn many comic strips, some by himself and some working with others.

He is a Greenwich Time columnist, and his drawing, writing and poetry have appeared in publications including Smithsonian, The Atlantic, The New York Times, The New Yorker and The Washington Post. Mr. Dumas also has published four books.

For reservations, contact Gloria LaDestro at 203-869-9311, ext. 20, or email [email protected]

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