Weekend Spill: Latest ToonStock; Latest The Bob Newsletter; Interview Of Interest: Amy Hwang; Case For Pencils Spotlights Jon Adams

Latest ToonStack If it’s Sunday, it’s Toonstack time. A bunch of (mostly) New Yorker cartoonists shower us with cartoons on a theme.  This week’s: What’s Love Got To Do With It? Contributors include Hilary Campbell, Navied Mahdavian, Felipe Galindo (aka Feggo), Amy Hwang, Ellis Rosen, Kendra allenby, Johnny DiNapoli, Amy Kurzweil, Sofia Warren, Madeline Horwath, and J.A.K.. ___________________________________________________________________ New The

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Tuesday Spill: In Conversation: Roz Chast & Alison Bechdel; Felipe Galindo’s New Exhibition & Book

In Conversation: Roz Chast & Alison Bechdel Circle your calendar for May 4th: Long-time New Yorker contributor, Roz Chast (shown above right) will be in (online) conversation with Alison Bechdel via the 92nd St. Y.  All the info here. _______________________________________________________________ Felipe Galindo’s “Taking Liberties” Exhibition & Book Felipe Galindo, (akak Feggo) who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2002,

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Ken Krimstein’s New York Times Book Review Sketchbook; Exhibit Of Interest: Felipe Galindo’s ‘Washington Takes Manhattan’; The Tilley Watch Online

Ken Krimstein’s New York Times Book Review Sketchbook From The New York Times Book Review, May 12, 2019, “How Questioning Hannah Arendt Made Me Question Myself” Mr. Krimstein on writing his latest book,The Three Escapes of Hannah Arendt: A Tyranny of Truth Mr. Krimstein began contributing to The New Yorker in 2011.  Visit his website here.     _________________________ Exhibit

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Article of Interest: “When Did New Yorker Covers Get So Thirsty?”; Fave Photo of the Day: Five New Yorker Cartoonists in Times Sq (2002)

From Slate, October 25, 2017, “When Did New Yorker Covers Get So Thirsty?” — a piece by Matthew Dessem on the evolution of “specific people” New Yorker covers. The first one, Nov 22, 1941, by Rea Irvin: Top of the post, left: the second one: October 31, 1942 by Rea Irvin ; on the right, the most recent by Carter

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