The Tuesday Spill: Liza Donnelly Live-Draws Tonight’s Debate For NYT Opinion; New Yorker Cover Artist Gayle Kabaker’s 100 Portraits; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon…And Yesterday’s; New New Yorker Book: No Cartoons, Not Funny, But Definitely Of Great Interest

Liza Donnelly To Live-Draw Tonight’s Debate For NYT Opinion Ms. Donnelly, whose first New Yorker cartoon appeared in 1982, will live-draw tonight’s Presidential debate for The New York Times Opinion section.  She made the announcement yesterday via Twitter: _______________________________________________________ New Yorker Cover Artist Gayle Kabaker’s 100 Portraits Here’s a short video introduction to New Yorker cover artist Gayle Kabaker’s exhibit

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Weekend Spill: Finck’s Wordless Ways; The Tilley Watch Online, September 21-25, 2020; Arno’s Back(s)

Finck’s Wordless Ways From the last page (Sketchbook) of The New York Times Book Review, September 27, 2020 “A Wordless Way To Write A Novel” by Liana Finck, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2013. Visit her website here. _______________________________________________ The Tilley Watch Online, September 21 – 25, 2020 An end of week listing of the magazine’s artists

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Friday Spill: Today’s Daily Cartoonist: J.A.K.; A New Yorker State Of Mind Looks At The NYer Issue Of Sept. 12, 1931; Some W Miller On Attempted Bloggery

Today’s Daily Cartoonist J.A.K. on masking.  Mr. Katzenstein began contributing to The New Yorker in 2014. His latest book is Everything Is An Emergency: An OCD Story In Words & Pictures ________________________________________________________________________ A New Yorker State Of Mind Looks At The Issue Of September 12, 1931 As usual, a fun read about a long ago issue of our favorite magazine.

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Thurber Thursday: The Letters; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Today’s Daily Shouts Cartoonist

After breezing through a book or three of Thurber’s drawings, it’s sometimes fun to settle down with either of the two books of his letters. The first published, Selected Letters Of James Thurber (Atlantic, Little & Brown, 1981) was edited by his second wife, Helen Thurber, and Thurber’s friend (and Atlantic editor), Edward Weeks. Although Selected Letters was published half

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