Tuesday Spill: Book On The Horizon: Liza Donnelly’s Very Funny Ladies; Today’s Daily Cartoonist…And Yesterday’s

Book On The Horizon: Liza Donnelly’s Very Funny Ladies Listed now on Amazon is Very Funny Ladies, the new edition of Liza Donnelly‘s classic 2005 work, Funny Ladies: The New Yorker’s Greatest Women Cartoonists And Their Cartoons (Prometheus). This new edition brings us right up to date on The New Yorker cartoonist landscape as of 2021.  Very Funny Ladies will

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Liza Donnelly At SXSW 2020; Peter Kuper In Conversation; Today’s Daily Cartoonist And Cartoon

Liza Donnelly, whose first cartoon appeared in The New Yorker in 1982, is scheduled to appear at SXSW 2020.  Info here. Link to her website here. Ms. Donnelly’s  Funny Ladies: The New Yorker’s Greatest Women Cartoonists And Their Cartoons (Promethius) is a must have for every fan of New Yorker cartoons. ____________________________________________________________ Peter Kuper In Conversation Monday, November 4th Celebrating

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Interview Of Interest: Liza Donnelly

From The Comics Journal, October 16, 2018, “Things Are Shifting” —  an interview with Liza Donnelly by Alex Dueben.  Ms. Donnelly talks about The New Yorker, the recent “Funny Ladies” exhibit and panels at The Society of Illustrators, children’s books, her numerous professional hats, and much much more.  Read it here.  

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The New Yorker’s First Fourth

 This stunning Ilonka Karasz cover graced the New Yorker‘s first fourth of July issue. Ms. Karasz  contributed a remarkable 187 covers to the magazine; her first was on the 7th issue, April 4, 1925, her last appeared on the issue of October 22, 1973. Of note within the issue: this Helen Hokinson drawing appearing on the Talk of The Town’s

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