Thurber Thursday: Conversations With Thurber; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Article Of Interest: Eckstein & Shaw’s Elements Of Stress; Today’s Daily Shouts Cartoonist; Zoom Panel Of Interest: “…The Power Of Black Ink”; More Bliss & Martin

Here’s a book I just “rediscovered” on the shelf: Conversations With James Thurber, edited by Thomas Fensch, published by University Of Mississippi Press, 1989. As far as I know there’s no other book like it out there. The Univ Of Mississippi Press has a series of these “Conversations” (in the Spill library: Conversations With…Truman Capote, S. J. Perelman, John Cheever,

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Weekend Spill: The Tilley Watch Online November 9-13, 2020

The Tilley Watch Online, November 9-13, 2020 An end of week listing of New Yorker artists who’ve contributed to newyorker.com features The Daily Cartoon: Kim Warp, Jon Adams, Avi Steinberg, Peter Kuper, Lars Kenseth. __________________________________ Daily Shouts Eugenia Viti (and Ginny Hogan): “Reasons I’m Happy To Run Into A Casual Acquaintance” Millie von Platen (and Ivan Ehlers): “Russian-Literature Reality TV”

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The Friday Spill

  Time to catch-up on the Daily Cartoons and Daily Shouts Cartoonists     Recent Daily Cartoonists Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Kim Warp, on voter fraud. Ms. Warp began contributing to The New Yorker in 1999. Visit her website here. Thursday’s  Daily Cartoonist: Jon Adams on funding Trump. Mr. Adams began contributing to The New Yorker in 2017. Visit his website

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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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