Video recordings of Peter Kuper at the 2008 UND Writers Conference.
In 1979, Peter Kuper co-founded the political ‘zine World War 3 Illustrated and remains on its editorial board to this day. His illustrations and comics appear regularly in Time, The New York Times, and MAD Magazine, where he has illustrated SPY vs. SPY since 1997. He has written and illustrated over twenty books, including Comic Trips, Mind's Eye, and The System, as well as the graphic novels Sticks and Stones, which won the Society of Illustrators gold medal, and Stop Forgetting To Remember, the autobiography of his alter ego Walter Kurtz. His work is collected in 2000, Speechless. Kuper has also adapted many literary works into comics, including Upton Sinclair's The Jungle and an award-winning version of Franz Kafka’s The Metamorphosis.