Let me see if I can avoid drawing the ire of frisky undergraduates this week.
Old New Yorker post about Roger Ebert (RIP) winning its caption contest. This stuck out, quoted from this blog post:
Third, cartoon contest winners usually generate lots of captions. Studies of creativity have shown that quantity breeds quality—what I call the productivity theory, because high productivity corresponds to high creativity.
Our friend and Purdue colleague, Mehdi Okasi, has a story in Guernica Magazine.