Victoria Roberts has been under contract as a cartoonist to The New Yorker since 1988. She was born in New York City but grew up in Mexico and Australia. Her first cartoon strip, “My Sunday” featuring the famous on their day off, ran in Australia’s Nation Review, and a collection of the strips was published by Chatto & Windus, who also published her illustrated books “Biographees” and “Australia Felix” written with a grant from the Australian Bicentennial Commission. Victoria’s cartoon strip “Little Women” ran in Ms. Magazine. Her cartoons and illustrations have appeared in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Reader’s Digest, Barron’s, among other publications. She has illustrated over 10 books, and most recently written and illustrated “Cattitudes” and After the Fall”, a graphic novel published by NORTON. Victoria also writes and performs for radio and stage. Her play “Divinity Fudge” was recorded for WNYC radio, and “The Life Of Truman Capote” for ABC radio (Australia). She plays her cartoon character Nona Appleby on stage, and is developing The Nona Show, a musical, for tour in Australia in 2021. Tap dancing is Victoria’s hobby as well as quality time with her pugs.