The Tilley Watch Online: April 2-6, 2018; Borowitz Laff ‘O’ the Week; More Spills: Pia Guerra, MoCCA Fest

The current administration, as usual, provided, in one way or another, fodder for this week’s Daily cartoons. Brendan Loper‘s work book-ended the week with Peter Kuper, Jason Chatfield (and co-writer Scott Dooley), Jeremy Nguyen in between. Over on Daily Shouts, contributing New Yorker cartoonists were  Jason Adam Katzenstein (aka JAK), Liana Finck, Tom Chitty, Olivia de Recat, and a team effort

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Liza Donnelly Draws Halloween; Andy Borowitz On His Work: “It’s almost like the verbal equivalent of a New Yorker cartoon”; Tom Toro in The Paris Review; Advertising Work by New Yorker Cartoonists, Pt. 21: Addams for Sani-Flush; Steinberg: Artiste or Cartoonist?

Liza Donnelly Draws Halloween From Liza Donnelly, Halloween drawings for CBS This Morning.  See them here.  _______________________________________________________________ Andy Borowitz On His Work: “It’s almost like the verbal equivalent of a New Yorker cartoon” From Poynter, October 31, 2017 —“Satirist Andy Borowitz Explains the Fine Art of Lampooning Trump” —  the interview by James Warren includes this quote from Mr. Borowitz

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Podcast of Interest: Liza Donnelly with Susan Orlean & Sarah Thyre; Update: MAD Panelists at “Satire and the City” Cartoon Festival; Latest New Yorker Cartoons Rated; New Animated Addams Family Planned; The Tilley Watch Online

Podcast of Interest: Liza Donnelly with Susan Orlean and Sarah Thyre Liza Donnelly visits writer, Susan Orlean and actress, Sarah Thyre.  Hear it here. ____________________________________________________________________ Update: MAD Panelists at “Satire and the City” Cartoon Festival As promised in yesterday’s post about the upcoming Association of American Editorial Cartoonists “Satire and the City” Cartoon Festival, here are the MAD magazine panelists

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Book of Interest: 100 Years of Humor From The Harvard Lampoon

Coming in November from Touchstone, The Harvard Lampoon’s One for The Money: The Best Humor from More Than 100 Years of Lucrative Lampoonery. From the publisher: A collection of the best of The Harvard Lampoon—the spawning ground for Hollywood’s elite comedy writers and New Yorker humorists—revealing the hidden gems from their 140-year history. Since its inception in 1876, The Harvard

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Video: A Cartoonist at The New Yorker Festival; A look at a Gahan Wilson novel; Stiller’s “Walter Mitty” premiers in NYC (and the critics disagree)

      Now that The New Yorker Festival has entered the history books, we can point out a New Yorker cartoonist moment to watch. With the endearingly funny Andy Borowitz at the helm of “A New Yorker Night with The Moth”  Matthew Diffee makes an appearance, telling us about his journey to becoming a New Yorker cartoonist, and running

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