Lorenz, Lee (Sharp)
LORENZ, Lee (Sharp)
LORENZ, Lee (Sharp). American, b. 1932. Genres: Illustrations, Children's fiction, Cartoons. Career: Artist, musician, and writer. New Yorker, NYC, staff cartoonist, 1958-, art editor, 1973-. Cornetist, 1955-. Publications: AND ILLUSTRATOR: Here It Comes: A Collection of Cartoons, 1968; Now Look What You've Done, 1977; Real Dogs Don't Eat Leftovers: A Guide to All that Is Truly Canine, 1983; The Golden Age of Trash: Cartoons for the Eighties, 1987. CHILDREN'S BOOKS, AND ILLUSTRATOR: Scornful Simkin (adapted from "The Reeve's Tale" in Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales), 1980; Pinchpenny John (adapted from "The Miller's Tale" in Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales), 1981; The Feathered Ogre, 1981; Big Gus and Little Gus, 1982; Hugo and the Space Dog, 1983; A Weekend in the Country, 1985; Dinah's Egg, 1990. ILLUSTRATOR Of ADULT BOOKS BY: B. Feirstein, S. Redman, J. Jillson, J. Hanson, and P. Marx. ILLUSTRATOR OF CHILDREN'S BOOKS BY: J.L. Collier, R.J. Margolis, J. Wahl, C. Keller, B. Pryor, D. Updike, J. Runcie. Address: P.O. Box 131, Easton, CT 06612, U.S.A.