How hospice became big business. A new investigation in The New Yorker reveals an industry that at times puts profits before patients.
Writer and artist Art Spiegelman is the Pulitzer-prize-winning author of "MAUS." His wife, Francoise Mouly, is art director of The New Yorker Magazine. Together, they have produced a collection of classic and original children’s stories, illustrated by some of today’s leading comics artists. They join Diane to talk about the role the two of them have played in the evolution of comics, by taking a form of children’s entertainment, turning it into an avant-garde art form, and now returning it to a new generation of young readers.
- Art Spiegelman Illustrator, comic artist, and Pulitzer-Prize winning author of "Maus"
- Francoise Mouly Art director for the New Yorker magazine
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