Wednesday Spill: Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Today’s Daily Shouts Cartoonist; McCall’s New York

  Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Tom Toro on working outside of the home. Mr. Toro began contributing to The New Yorker in 2010. Visit his website here.  Zoe Si was yesterday’s Daily Cartoonist. Ms. Si began contributing to The New Yorker in February of 2020. Visit her website here. Also: Zoe Si is today’s Daily Shouts cartoonist. _______________________________________________________________________ McCall’s New York

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Tuesday Spill: More Addams From Attempted Bloggery; The Daily Cartoon & Cartoonist; Daily Shouts Cartoonist

More Addams From Attempted Bloggery Attempted Bloggery seems to be celebrating a mini-Charles Addams fest. Here are three posts in a row. ________________________________________________________________________ The Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon Yesterday’s: Cicadas from Julia Suits, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2006. Visit her website here.     Daily Shouts Cartoonist Yesterday’s Daily Shouts:  “Penny Rejects The Rules Of Man”

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The Weekend Spill: The Latest ToonStack: “Alternative Selves”; The Happiness Of Being High Bidder — For 3 Hours & 20 Minutes — On An Addams Family Original; Podcast Of Interest: Bob Eckstein; Daily Shouts Cartoonists; The Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon: Zoe Si

The Latest ToonStack: “Alternative Selves” The latest ToonStack, a weekly themed post by (mostly) New Yorker cartoonists has been posted. With the TS crowd growing in size, the Spill will dispense with listing its contributors. You can find out who they are and see their “Alternative Selves” (this week’s theme) here. _______________________________________________________________________ The Happiness Of Being High Bidder — For

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Thurber Thursday: The World Of James Thurber

Here’s something fun just added to the Spill‘s archive: a two record set, released in 1967 by The Listening Library, The World Of James Thurber. I’d never heard of this until last week; I was lucky enough to find a copy online (the album cost about the same as a pound of Maxwell House). As you can see by the

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