The Wednesday Watch: Gil Roth Interviews Seth; Stand-Up Of Interest: Emily Flake, Jason Chatfield; Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Brendan Loper; Today’s Daily Shouts By…Olivia de Recat

Gil Roth Interviews Seth

Here’s Gil Roth, who has assembled an impressive list of interviews with cartoonists, speaking with Seth at the Strand bookstore in Manhattan.  Seth (real name: Gregory Gallant) began contributing to The New Yorker in 2002.

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Stand-Up Of Interest: Emily Flake, Jason Chatfield

The Weekly Humorist sponsored “Guaranteed Delivery!” comedy show includes two New Yorker contributors, Emily Flake and Jason Chatfield All the details here!

Ms. Flake began contributing to The New Yorker in 2008; Mr. Chatfield began contributing in 2017.

— Thanks to my colleague, Bob Eckstein for bringing this event to the Spill.

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Today’s Daily Cartoonist/Cartoon

One way of keeping ’em focused…by Brendan Loper. Mr. Loper began contributing to The New Yorker in 2016.

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Today’s Daily Shouts By…

 

Olivia de Recat, who has been contributing to The New Yorker since 2018. See her Daily Shouts piece here.

Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Eli Dreyfus; Liza Donnelly Curates MoCCA Int’l Cartoon Exhibit “Drawing Across Borders”; Seth At The Strand

Today’s Daily — basketball plus — is by Eli Dreyfus ,who first contributed to The New Yorker (as part of a duo, with Dan Abromowitz) in 2015.

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Donnelly Curates Int’l Cartoon Exhibit: “Drawing Across Borders”

Liza Donnelly has curated an exhibit of work by a number of international cartoonists from the organization, Cartooning for Peace. The work can be seen in the Gallery at the upcoming MoCCA Fest.  All the info here.

And Note: There’ll be panel discussion, moderated by Ms. Donnelly,  at noon on Saturday.  Panelists: Michel Kichka, Jeff Danziger, and Ann Telnaes. (Info found through the above link).

Further Reading: here’s an article from Bedford + Bowery about the exhibit

(drawing above by the celebrated French artist, Jean Plantu)

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Seth At The Strand

Gil Roth (whose Virtual Memories Show podcast has included a number of cartoonists) will interview the cartoonist, Seth (aka Gregory Gallant) May 7th ( the occasion is his release of Seth’s latest book, Clyde Fans).  Info here!

 

Out Today: Ultimate Cartoon Book Of Book Cartoons; Interview Of Interest: Ed Steed; Podcast Of Interest: Mark Alan Stamaty Talks With Gil Roth; Flake’s Daily Shouts Piece; Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Brendan Loper

It’s always a good day when a cartoon anthology is published. Today’s one of those days. The Ultimate Cartoon Book of Book Cartoons, edited By Bob Eckstein and published by Princeton Architectural Press, is officially out today. Cover art by the great Sam Gross and cartoons by some of the New Yorker‘s greatest artists, including George Booth, Edward Koren and Jack Ziegler.  Here’s a brief interview with Mr. Eckstein about the collection.

                                           Below: the back cover, listing the contributors.

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Interview Of Interest: Ed Steed

  Richard Gehr, who gave us I Only Read It For The Cartoons (New Harvest, 2014) interviews Ed Steed (one of the contributors to the Ultimate Cartoon Book mentioned above). Mr. Steed began contributing to The New Yorker in 2013.  See some of his work here.

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Podcast Of Interest: Mark Alan Stamaty Talks With Gil Roth

From Gil Roth’s Virtual Memories Podcast, this conversation mostly centered around the 40th anniversary reissue of Mr. Stamaty’s MacDoodle Street, but there is a fleeting mention about his New Yorker work. Listen here.

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Today’s Daily Shouts

Beginning today, The Spill will note Daily Shouts pieces when the contributor is a New Yorker cartoonist.  First up: Emily Flake’s The Real Florida Man, posted early this morning.

Ms. Flake has been contributing to The New Yorker since 2008.  Link here to her website.

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Today’s Daily Cartoonist/Cartoon

Today’s Daily: keeping secrets, Washington, D.C. style, courtesy of Brendan Loper. Mr. Loper has been contributing to The New Yorker since 2016. You can see more of his work here.

Fave Photo Of The Day: Cartoonists Out West; Podcast Of Interest: Mort Gerberg; Today’s New Yorker Daily Cartoonist: Michael Shaw; Liza Donnelly Live-Draws The Grammys For CBS

Here’s a fun crowd dining out on the left coast. From lower left, clockwise: Lars Kenseth, Lila Ash, Olivia de Recat, Sharon Isadora Levy, Ivan Ehlers (Mad Magazine cartoonist and a contributor to The New Yorker‘s Daily cartoon), David Ostow, and American Bystander‘s Michael Gerber. (My thanks to Mr. Ostow for the photo).

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Podcast Of Interest: Mort Gerberg

Mr. Gerberg’s latest collection

From Gil Roth, a good friend of New Yorker cartoonists (see the list of cartoonists he’s interviewed) this new podcast with long-time contributor Mort Gerberg (he began contributing to the magazine in 1965). Lots of talk about The New Yorker, the business of cartooning.

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Today’s Daily Cartoon

Today’s Daily — a pet piece — is by Michael Shaw, who has been contributing to The New Yorker since 1999.

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Liza Donnelly Live-Draws Grammys

Wearing one of her other hats (that of Resident Cartoonist for CBS) Liza Donnelly drew some of the action at the 2019 Grammy Awards. Link here to read her account, and see the collected drawings.

Interview Of Interest: Peter Kuper On Gil Roth’s “Virtual Memories” Podcast; Attempted Bloggery Examines B&N’s New Yorker Encyclopedia Of Cartoons “Exclusive Edition”

Interview of Interest: Peter Kuper On Gil Roth’s “Virtual Memories” Podcast

The very talented, very busy Peter Kuper is the subject of Gil Roth’s latest podcast. Hear it here.

Mr. Kuper began contributing to The New Yorker in 2011.

Mr. Roth has interviewed a slew of cartoonists over the years, many of them New Yorker artists. Here’s his comics & cartooning list.

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Attempted Bloggery Examines B&N’s New Yorker Encyclopedia Of Cartoons “Exclusive Edition”

Here’s Attempted Bloggery taking a look at what’s exclusive about B&N’s “Exclusive Edition” of the weighty New Yorker Encyclopedia Of Cartoons.