Published September 20, 2004
"Mommy usually reads me a story, then slips me a twenty."
Little girl in bed, talking to her father.
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Matthew Diffee has been contributing to The New Yorker since 1999. Singled out by The New York Times as one of the most prolific of the cartoonists in the younger generation, he has published more than one hundred cartoons in The New Yorker to date. From his classic Che Guevara wearing a Bart Simpson T-shirt to his numerous cowboy cartoons, Diffee's works resonate with a sweeping audience. Originally from Texas, Diffee now lives in New York City.