Tuesday Spill: All’s Fair In Love & War Cartoon Collection Out Today!; Feiffer Event With Keith Knight & Liza Donnelly; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Today’s Daily Shouts Cartoonist; Video Of Interest: Emma Allen & Liana Finck

It’s publication day for the Bob Eckstein edited cartoon collection, All’s Fair In Love & War, the third Ultimate Cartoon collection edited by Mr. Eckstein, published by Princeton Architectural Press. Here’s the back cover listing all the contributors (including this cartoonist): I reached out to Mr. Eckstein today with a few questions, and he was gracious enough to respond: Michael

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Weekend Spill: Finck’s Wordless Ways; The Tilley Watch Online, September 21-25, 2020; Arno’s Back(s)

Finck’s Wordless Ways From the last page (Sketchbook) of The New York Times Book Review, September 27, 2020 “A Wordless Way To Write A Novel” by Liana Finck, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2013. Visit her website here. _______________________________________________ The Tilley Watch Online, September 21 – 25, 2020 An end of week listing of the magazine’s artists

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Weekend Spill: Mischa Richter’s Paintings; The Tilley Watch Online; Gehr To Interview Sipress & Flake, Virtually

Mischa Richter’s Paintings From Provincetown Rhode Island’s Bakker Gallery, this news of an exhibit of Mischa Richter’s abstract paintings.  Mr. Richter’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z: Mischa Richter (photo above courtesy of Sarah Geraghty Herndon). Born, Kharkov, Russia, 1910. Died, March 23, 2001. New Yorker work: January 10, 1942 – January 20, 2003 ; Key books: This One’s On Me!

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Thurber Thursday: Thurber’s “My Friend McNulty”; Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Brendan Loper; Blitt Looks at Melania’s Teleprompter; Finck’s Pepper Is Back

Thurber Thursday: Thurber’s “My Friend McNulty” Every so often I re-read Thurber’s terrific nine page appreciation found in this best of McNulty collection published in 1957. My copy has seen much better days, but is no less enjoyable. McNulty worked at The New Yorker (according to Thurber’s piece) from “Christmas Day, 1937, to New Year’s Eve, 1955. Thurber’s friendship went

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