Tuesday Spill: Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Today’s Daily Shouts Cartoonist; Blitt’s Kvetchbook

Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon: From newyorker.com contributor, Sophie Glock, this I can’t wait until cartoon.   ____________________________________________________________________ Today’s Daily Shouts Cartoonist: From Ali Fitzgerald: “America! Biden Names Gritty Ambassador Of  Chaos” Ms. Fitzgerald began contributing to The New Yorker in 2016.   ____________________________________________________________________ Blitt’s Kvetchbook   The latest installment in Barry Blitt’s Kvetchbook here. Mr. Blitt began contributing to

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Monday Tilley Watch, The New Yorker “Cartoon Issue”… December 28, 2020; Book Stuff!

The Monday Tilley Watch Takes A Glancing Look At Some Of The Art & Artists Of The Latest Issue Of The New Yorker The December 28, 2020 Issue: The Cartoon Issue It’s been nine years since The New Yorker‘s last officially designated “Cartoon Issue.” Last year’s “Cartoon Takeover” (subtitled “A Semi-Archival Issue”) was in the ballpark, but not the same

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Weekend Spill: The Tilley Watch Online, The Week Of November 23 -27, 2020; A Post-Thanksgiving Turkey

An end of week listing of New Yorker artists contributing to newyorker.com features The Daily Cartoon: Ellis Rosen, Paul Noth, Tim Hamilton, Peter Kuper, Adam Douglas Thompson Daily Shouts: Ali Fitzgerald _________________________________________________________ A Post-Thanksgiving Turkey Continuing with the third in a series of Thanksgiving cartoons from the archive, here’s one of mine from The New Yorker issue of December 8,

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Wednesday Spill: A Stevenson Exhibit At The Bruce Museum; Article Of Interest: Peter Steiner; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Today’s Daily Shouts Cartoonist

A Stevenson Show At The Bruce Museum Here’s James Stevenson’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z: James Stevenson Born, NYC, 1929. Died, February 17, 2017, Cos Cob, Connecticut. New Yorker work: March 10, 1956 -. Stevenson interned as an office boy at The New Yorker in the mid 1940s when he began supplying ideas for other New Yorker artists. Nine years

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