Tuesday Spill: Podcast Of Interest… “Combining Digital Visual Journalism And Activism With Cartoonist Liza Donnelly”; Where Are Dorothy Parker’s Thurber Drawings?”

Podcast Of Interest: Liza Donnelly   From Drawing Inspiration, April 5, 2021, this hour plus podcast featuring Ms. Donnelly. Here’s Donnelly’s Spill A-Z entry: Liza Donnelly Born, Washington, D.C. New Yorker work: June 21, 1982 – Key book: Funny Ladies: The New Yorker’s Greatest Women Cartoonists and Their Cartoons (Prometheus, 2005). Edited: Sex & Sensibility: Ten Women Examine the Lunacy

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Weekend Spill: Odds & Ends…An Addams Album Cover; Harold Ross On Gluyas Williams

An Addams Album Cover It never ceases to amaze what pops up online. Yesterday it was this 1957 Dean Gitter album with Charles Addams cover art.  _____________________________________________________________________ Harold Ross On Gluyas Williams I opened a bound volume of The Atlantic Monthly the other day wanting to re-read Charles Morton’s three part article that charts his brief “try for The New

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Obscure Arno…And A UK Gluyas Williams Cover; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon

Tom Bloom, illustrator, fun stuff collector, and good friend of this site, has passed along a scan of a Peter Arno piece I’d not seen before. With his permission, I’m sharing it with you.  And, a bonus scan from Mr. Bloom, this fab UK Gluyas Williams cover, also not seen (by me) until it showed up yesterday. ________________________________________________________ Today’s Daily

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The Weekend Spill: New Addition To The Spill Library; The Tilley Watch Online; Videos (And An App) Of Interest: Liza Donnelly Exhibit At The Norman Rockwell Museum

_________________________________________________________________________ New Addition To The Spill Library Part of the Spill‘s (self charged) charge is to keep in mind all those cartoonists who have been and are part of The New Yorker, not just the names up in lights. Larry Reynolds, having contributed to several of the biggest magazines of his day (including Collier’s, and The Saturday Evening Post) also

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