Mark Alan Stamaty is the author-illustrator of ten books. His children’s books include Who Needs Donuts? (1973, 2003), Alia’s Mission (2005), Too Many Time Machines (1999), Small in the Saddle (1975), Minnie Maloney & Macaroni (1976), and Where’s My Hippopotamus? (1977). He is also the creator of several comic strips including MacDoodle St. for The Village Voice, Washingtoon for The Washington Post, and Boox for the New York Times Book Review. Mark has worked for countless publications throughout his career, including The New Yorker, the New Republic, the Washington Post Magazine, the New York Times Magazine, Slate Magazine, Esquire, New York Magazine, Harper’s, Newsweek, Playboy, and the Wall Street Journal. In 2007, Mark received the Augustus Saint Gaudens Award for Career Achievement in Art from Cooper Union. .
Tags: Alia's Mission, cartoonstudies, MacDoodle St, Mark Alan Stamaty, Minnie Maloney and Macaroni, Small in the Saddle, Too Many Time Machines, Visiting Artist, Where's My Hippopotamus, Who Needs Donuts