Tuesday Spill: All’s Fair In Love & War Cartoon Collection Out Today!; Feiffer Event With Keith Knight & Liza Donnelly; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Today’s Daily Shouts Cartoonist; Video Of Interest: Emma Allen & Liana Finck

It’s publication day for the Bob Eckstein edited cartoon collection, All’s Fair In Love & War, the third Ultimate Cartoon collection edited by Mr. Eckstein, published by Princeton Architectural Press. Here’s the back cover listing all the contributors (including this cartoonist): I reached out to Mr. Eckstein today with a few questions, and he was gracious enough to respond: Michael

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The Weekend Spill: Personal History…My Big Find; Today’s Daily Shouts Cartoonists; The Tilley Watch Online, The Week Of October 12-16, 2020

_________________________________________________________ Personal History…My Big Find At least twenty years ago, possibly thirty, I walked into a Moose Lodge “Antique” show in upstate New York (it was really more of an indoor yard sale than an antique show). Strolled through, and was heading out the door when I noticed a partially unfolded large poster leaning against a wall. I could see

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The Wednesday Spill: WSJ’s Charles Preston, 1921-2020; Video Of Interest: Liza Donnelly Speaks To The International Center For Journalists; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Today’s Daily Shouts

WSJ’s Charles Preston, 1921 -2020 Charles Preston,The Wall Street Journal’s “Pepper…and Salt” cartoon editor passed away last Friday at age 98. For 70 years (yes, 70!) he edited the “Pepper…and Salt” feature. The Journal‘s obit  quotes Mr. Preston as once saying: “I’ve looked at more cartoons than anyone in the history of mankind.” A number of New Yorker artists found

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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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