More Zoomin’ Cartoonists; Today’s Bonus Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon, Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon, & Yesterday’s; Randomly Pulled From The Spill’s Library Shelves

The Norman Rockwell Museum continues its zoomed panel discussions next Tuesday, August 4th with Liza Donnelly and myself.  Link here for all the info.

Liza Donnelly’s first New Yorker cartoon appeared in 1982. A retrospective of her work, Comic Relief  is currently on exhibit at The Norman Rockwell Museum.

Link here for my bio.

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Today’s Daily Bonus Cartoon is a Dr. Seussian take by Peter Kuper. Mr. Kuper has been contributing to The New Yorker since 1993. Visit his website here.

Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon

Hartley Lin, who began contributing to The New Yorker in January of 2019, on a good read. Visit his website here.

…and Yesterday’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon

Lila Ash, on gym courtesy. Ms. Ash began contributing to The New Yorker in December of 2018. Visit her website here.

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Randomly Pulled From The Spill’s Library Shelves

Here’s a fun read from 1967 — Corey Fords The Time Of Laughter. The chapter, “The Making Of A Magazine” is a terrif concise first hand account of the birth of Harold Ross’s magazine. 

A key sentence from that chapter concerning the near death of the magazine after its first four months of publication:

“Only one thing saw The New Yorker through its darkest hour, and that was Ross himself.”

 

 

 

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