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The Kerri Edelman Show features in-depth interviews with national entertainers and professionals including musicians, artists, writers, comedians, actors, film makers, illustrators & other creatives. The show's concept is to promote the interviewees and focus on their unique life stories. No interview is ever the same! With her exceptional research, interpersonal and interviewing skills, Edelman takes the audience on a journey with an authentic curiosity in her guests. When you hear an interview with Edelman, it is like having a conversation over coffee with a close friend. Typically, her guests walk away expressing to Edelman how they feel like they’ve known her forever. Edelman has interviewed Head Writer & Co-Executive Producer of Seinfeld Peter Mehlman; Award-winning Comedian, Actor & Writer Cathy Ladman (The Tonight Show, Curb Your Enthusiasm & Modern Family); NYT Bestselling Author & Artist Jim Benton (creator of It's Happy Bunny & Dear Dumb Diary); Multi-award-winning Recording Artist Jim Wilson; Grammy Award-winning Pianist & Composer Jeffrey Biegel; Co-Creator of The Daily Show/TV Producer Madeleine Smithberg; Howard Stern Show Writer & Producer Richard Christy; Award-winning Playwright Brett Neveu; Award-winning New Yorker Cartoonist, Illustrator & Writer Bob Eckstein; New Yorker Cartoonist Dan Misdea; New York Times Bestselling Author Jennifer Keishin Armstrong (Seinfeldia & Sex and the City and Us); Emmy-Nominated Comedian & Impersonator John Di Domenico & Internationally Acclaimed Mastering Engineer Maor Appelbaum. Some of the bands & musicians who have been featured on her show include Lacey Sturm (of Flyleaf), Starset, Tremonti, Trivium, Any Given Sin, From Ashes To New, 10 Years, DED, Nonpoint & Otherwise. The opinions reflected by the interviewees do not necessarily reflect the views of The Kerri Edelman Show. Show Illustration by John Matta

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David Sipress graduated from Williams College and went on to a master's program in Russian History at Harvard before leaving to pursue a career as a cartoonist. His first cartoon appeared in The New Yorker in 1998. Since then, he has published over seven hundred cartoons in the magazine. During the presidential election in 2012, he became the first Daily Cartoonist on the New Yorker website, and his topical cartoons have continued to appear on newyorker.com ever since. His cartoons have been published in the Boston Phoenix, Time, Parade, Playboy, Funny Times, the Washington Post, Harper's, and numerous other publications. He has published eight collections of his cartoons. He was the 2016 winner of the National Cartoonists Society's Reuben Award for Gag Cartooning. He has lectured widely about the art of cartooning, including at Williams College, the Yale Art Museum, and even on the Queen Mary II as the ?Cartoonist at Sea?. David's personal history essays have appeared often on newyorker.com; they range from an appreciation of the great Italian chef, Marcella Hazan, to the story of David's family's experience of the Kennedy assassination. David has been widely interviewed about his cartoons and his writing, including on ‘Sixty Minutes' and ‘Fresh Air with Terry Gross.' His memoir, WHAT'S SO FUNNY?, was published in 2022. The New York Times called it, ?An endearingly vulnerable tale of being molded by one's family of origin, then crawling out from under its suffocating weight.? A lifetime New Yorker, David lives in Brooklyn with his wife Ginny Shubert, an attorney and activist who works on issues of housing and health.
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