The Weekend Spill: Attempted Bloggery On Groucho’s Hokinson Festival; Congrats To Amy Hwang; Zoom Updates: Links To Eckstein & Company At Milford Readers & Writers Fest, And David Sipress And Emily Flake At Spencertown Academy Arts Center Event; Gauld’s Modern Fairy Tale; The Tilley Watch Online, September 7-11, 2020

___________________________________________________________________________ Attempted Bloggery On Groucho’s Hokinson Festival Here’s a fun post from Stephen Nadler’s Attempted Bloggery on Groucho Marx’s copy of The Hokinson Festival spotted in a photo. The Festival, published seven years after Ms. Hokinson’s  death, is a great addition to any cartoon library. A bonus: it includes color plates of a few of her sixty-eight New Yorker covers.

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The Wednesday Watch: Video Of Interest With Emma Allen And Jeremy Nguyen; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon

Video Of Interest With Emma Allen And Jeremy Nguyen The New Yorker cartoon editor, Emma Allen  speaks, virtually,  with cartoonist Jeremy Nguyen in this 8 minute video, “How To Draw A City” Mr. Nguyen began contributing to The New Yorker in 2017. Visit his website here. Ms. Allen was appointed the magazine’s cartoon editor in the  Spring of 2017. …and

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The Monday Tilley Watch, The New Yorker Issue Of September 7, 2020; Must Watch Panel Tomorrow: “Very Funny Ladies: Cartoonists Of The New Yorker”; Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Tim Hamilton :

The Cover: The second cover in a matter of weeks by newcomer (to The New Yorker) Grace Lynne Haynes. Read a Q&A with her here. The Cartoonists: Six cartoons by six cartoonists. As you can see by the graphic, there’s a bit of Tilley Trivia to be squeezed out of this lineup. I believe (and as always  I ask that

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Items Of Interest About Peter Kuper; A Bonus Daily From John Cuneo…Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Yesterday’s Daily Shouts Cartoonist; Some (More) Thoughts On Steinberg; A September Cartoonists Conversation Of Interest

 Items Of Interest About Peter Kuper: Mr. Kuper, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2011,  has received The Jean Strouse/ Cullman Fellowship at the New York Public library (the fellowship runs from September to May). Mr. Kuper will be working on his next graphic novel. Also: World War 3, co-founded by Mr. Kuper & Seth Tobocman, and now

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