Weekend Spill: The Tilley Watch Online November 9-13, 2020

The Tilley Watch Online, November 9-13, 2020 An end of week listing of New Yorker artists who’ve contributed to newyorker.com features The Daily Cartoon: Kim Warp, Jon Adams, Avi Steinberg, Peter Kuper, Lars Kenseth. __________________________________ Daily Shouts Eugenia Viti (and Ginny Hogan): “Reasons I’m Happy To Run Into A Casual Acquaintance” Millie von Platen (and Ivan Ehlers): “Russian-Literature Reality TV”

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The Friday Spill

  Time to catch-up on the Daily Cartoons and Daily Shouts Cartoonists     Recent Daily Cartoonists Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Kim Warp, on voter fraud. Ms. Warp began contributing to The New Yorker in 1999. Visit her website here. Thursday’s  Daily Cartoonist: Jon Adams on funding Trump. Mr. Adams began contributing to The New Yorker in 2017. Visit his website

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Thurber Thursday: A Composite Thurber

There are a lot of fun Thurber factoids to be found in Edwin Bowden‘s James Thurber: A Bibliography (Ohio State University Press, 1968).  Since I brought it home from Columbus, Ohio (I bought it in the Thurber House gift shop, of all places) I’ve gone to this book a zillion times for all sorts of Thurber-related issues that’ve come up.

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Wednesday’s Spill: A Daily Shouts Excerpt From Steve Martin & Harry Bliss’s “Wealth Of Pigeons”

A Daily Shouts Excerpt From Steve Martin & Harry Bliss’s Wealth Of Pigeons Yesterday’s Daily Shouts featured an excerpt from Steve Martin & Harry Bliss’s upcoming cartoon collection, A Wealth Of Pigeons. Thinking about cartoonist collaborative efforts throughout The New Yorker‘s history, several others come to mind, especially the duo of Helen Hokinson and James Reid Parker, and later, Richard

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The Tuesday Spill: A Look At New Yorker Jeopardy! Cartoons; More Spills: Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Peter Kuper; Blitt’s Latest Kvetchbook; Yesterday’s Daily Shouts From Sara Lautman

The passing of Jeopardy! host,  Alex Trebek over this past tumultuous weekend caused me to seek the search box on The New Yorker‘s Cartoon Bank site. I was curious as to how many Jeopardy! drawings had appeared in the magazine.  Surprisingly, fewer than a dozen matches came up that specifically addressed the show: Roz Chast’s Insomnia Jeopardy published December 8,

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