Kaamran Hafeez on Using Gag Writers; Westport Historical Society New Yorker Cover Artists Bio Pt.3: Helen Hokinson, Reginald Massie & Arthur Getz

Here’s Kaamran Hafeez, who has been contributing to The New Yorker since 2010, on using gag writers and co-crediting their work.  The link will take you to his website where you’ll find all sorts of other information (a bio, work for other publications, etc.). Here’s the link to his work on The New Yorker‘s Cartoon Bank site. To the left:

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Westport New Yorker Cover Artists Bios Continued

As promised, here are three more of the eighteen short biographies from the Westport Historical Society exhibit,  Cover Story: The New Yorker in Westport. My thanks again to the WHS for allowing these to be posted here on Ink Spill. (Photo of Donald Reilly courtesy of Liza Donnelly). For another look at the exhibit, link here to Attempted Bloggery, where

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The New Yorker’s 89th Anniversary Issue

  A very happy 89th  birthday to The New Yorker.   While there’s no classic Eustace Tilley cover this year (the last time we saw Tilley as Rea Irvin* intended was in 2011, we do have, according to the Art Editor, Francoise Mouly, “the first published Tilley painted on an iPhone”; inside the magazine, not including the drawings on the

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