Wednesday Spill: Ali Solomon’s New Book; Daily Cartoonists & Cartoons

Ali Solomon’s New Book Congrats to Ali Solomon on the publication of her first book of cartoons, I Am “Why Do I Need Venmo” Years Old, co-created with her writer friend, Janine Annett. Ms. Solomon has been contributing to The New Yorker since 2018. Link to her website here, and see more about her new book, here.  _________________________________________________________ Daily Cartoonists

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Tuesday Spill: Sell It!

Sell It!  New Yorker cartoonists gain additional cartoon income from the sale of all kinds of stuff associated with our drawings, from shower curtains, to coffee mugs, umbrellas, towels, phone cases, hats, etc., etc.. One of those extra income producers are prints. Looking up one of my own New Yorker drawings on the Fine Art America site (they’re one of

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Weekend Spill: Video Of Interest: Victor Varnado & Akeem Roberts On NBC; All In Fun CBS Sunday Morning Fact Check; The Latest ToonStack; Andy Friedman’s Baseball Cards; Steig’s Illustrated Book…”Listen, Little Man!”

Video Interview Of Interest: Victor Varnado & Akeem Roberts on NBC From NBC, this interview with Victor Varnado (left above) and Akeem Roberts on the just opened exhibit, Cartooning While Black, and The Anti-Racism Activity Book shown below: Both Mr. Varnado and Mr. Roberts began contributing to The New Yorker in the very same issue: July 8, 2019. _________________________________________________ All

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Friday Spill: Newest Additions To The Spill Library; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Frank Cotham Interviewed On Cartoon Caption Contest Podcast

Newest Additions To The Spill Library This new addition to the spotty Spill collection of bound New Yorkers was a real treat to go through. Two Arno covers out of nine issues — he was on a hot streak in those post-war years. Memorable moments: early Steinberg drawings (captionless); a few “composite” Thurber drawings, and a number of captionless artist-in-the

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