The illustration was published in the Globes printed edition, unfortunately for the Globe online readers, the Starbucks coffee advertisement takes up the space of my illustration.
I liked this story about true and false memoirs by Con Chapman that ends by offering a test to the readers as to his or her memory regarding memoirs. His parody investigates the widening blurry line between fake memoir and a true memoir. I'm glad Josue Evilla from the Boston Globe thought of me for the illustration since I love nothing more than a witty intellectual story. Great copy with a twist is what I call a tasty morsel for an illustrator.