Esquire Lets Cartoon Editor Go; A New Yorker State Of Mind Two-Fer With Soglow, Arno, Thurber & More; Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Kendra Allenby

Heads Roll At Esquire: Cartoon Editor Let Go From The New York Post, June 6, 2019, “Esquire Magazine Faces Turmoil Amid Masthead Exodus” — among those let go: the magazine’s cartoon and humor editor.     _____________________________ A New Yorker State Of Mind Two-Fer A favorite blog looks at the two issues shown above. Peter Arno did the cover on

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More MoCCA Today (With Photos) & “My First MoCCA”; David Sipress On A 1969 Harvard Protest

More MoCCA Today At least three New Yorker cartoonist events scheduled today: Liana Finck in conversation with Gabrielle Bell; a “spotlight” on Mark Alan Stamaty; Emily Flake as part of a panel, “Narratives On Motherhood”; cover artist Ivan Brunetti in a panel on “Comics and the Teaching Artist” (right: Ms. Bell and Ms. Finck today. Courtesy of Stephen Nadler). And

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The Tilley Watch Online, April 1-5, 2019; Reminder: MoCCA Weekend Kicks Off Today!

The Daily contributing New Yorker cartoonists this week: Christopher Weyant & Ellis Rosen (a dual effort), Pat Byrnes, Eli Dreyfus & Dan Abromowitz (another dual effort), Brendan Loper, and Kendra Allenby.    New Yorker cartoonists contributing to Daily Shouts this week: John Klossner,  Emily Flake, Dan Abromowitz (with Eugenia Viti), Colin Stokes & Jason Adam Katzenstein (a dual effort).  

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The Monday Tilley Watch, The New Yorker Issue Of April 8, 2019; Today’s New Yorker Daily Cartoonist: Kendra Allenby

  The Cover:   A circus acrobat practicing on a high bar (this is “The Health Issue”).  Read what the cover artist, Kenton Nelson, has to say about it here. The Cartoonists: The Cartoons: Seventeen cartoonists (the duo effort counted as one cartoonist unit), with one, Adam Douglas Thompson, making his New Yorker print debut. Mr. Thompson is the 6th new

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The Tilley Watch, The New Yorker Issue Of February 4, 2019

The Cover: Vegetation abounds. Here’s what the artist,Tom Gauld had to say about it. The Cartoonists in the new issue: The Magazine:¬†Whenever February comes around, I begin thinking about the upcoming anniversary issue of The New Yorker, a favorite child here on this site (Spill visitors might remember this Tilley-centric piece I wrote for newyorker.com a few years back). Seeing

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