A Spill Favorite Leftovers Cartoon…and a Bonus
Yesterday I posted an evergreen Thanksgiving drawing by Bob Eckstein. Today, an evergreen for the day after. This Liza Donnelly drawing appeared in The New Yorker, November 26, 2007.
A Trio of non-New Yorker Related Books of Interest
Here are three titles I came across while scouring upcoming releases. As far as I know none include a New Yorker contributor (but, hey, ya nevah know).
Thomas Nast: The Father of Modern Political Cartoons. What better artist to explore right now than Mr. Nast. This book by Fiona Deans Halloran is due February 1, 2018. Published by The University of North Carolina Press. A reprint — it was originally published in 2013.
Screwball: The Cartoonists Who Made the Funnies Funny. Authored by Paul C. Tumey, this looks to be a good addition to any comics library. Due in September 2018. Published by the Library of American Comics.
French Cartoon Art in the 1960s and 1970s. By Wendy Michallat. I plead guilty to knowing very little about modern-ish French cartoons/cartoonists. This title looks like a good place to start an education. Published by Leuven University Press. Due: March 15, 2018
…as you’d expect from this holiday week, a number of Thanksgiving-related works. Some chatty turkeys by Brendan Loper; a forgetful pie-maker by Liana Finck; a long line of pre-Thanksgiving Day shoppers & their thoughts by Maggie Larson; an Ellis Rosen pugilist T-Day; and politics, of course, courtesy of Mort Gerberg, and Kim Warp; yesterday, Emily Flake advised how to keep the peace on the big day.
John Lennon’s (New Yorker) Diaries
Reading the November 21st New York Times piece ““Man Arrested in Berlin Over John Lennon’s Stolen Diaries” I couldn’t help but notice the accompanying photograph shows that Mr. Lennon used two New Yorker Diaries to record his thoughts. One from 1975, and the other, sadly, from 1980. Also of interest: on the 1975 diary, Eustace Tilley was covered-over with a photo of Mr. Lennon (the photo appeared on his Walls & Bridges album).