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Author and cartoonist Liza Donnelly is best known for her career with The New Yorker, where she has been drawing cartoons on culture and politics for more than 30 years. Her work has been featured in several notable publications, such as The New York Times, The Harvard Business Review and The Nation, and she is a regular cartoonist for Forbes.com and Women’s Enews, most often featuring cartoons about women’s rights. She is also a public speaker and has given talks about women’s rights and freedom of speech at the United Nations, TED and The New Yorker Festival. Donnelly is the author of 15 books. “Women on Men” (Narrative Library), her newest book, which is a collection of cartoons and writing, provides a thoughtful, witty and humorous depiction of the secret thoughts women have about men and relationships in a time of changing gender roles.