The Wednesday Spill…Video Of Interest:”How To Draw Social Change”; Oct.4th CXC 2020 Panel Includes Emma Allen, Roz Chast, Amy Hwang, Liz Montague; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon

Video Of Interest: How To Draw Social Change The New Yorker‘s cartoon editor, Emma Allen (above left) speaks with Liz Montague, who began contributing to The New Yorker in March of 2019 in this 7+ minute video. And More! Emma Allen and Liz Montague will join New Yorker cartoonists Amy Hwang (who began contributing to the magazine in 2010) and

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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 Wednesday Spill: A Must-Have For Every Cartoon Library; Today’s newyorker.com Cartoonists

This morning I was thinking about Arnie Levin’s humble 5 1/4″ x 6″ hundred-and-twenty page paperback one-and-only cartoon collection, published in 1980 by Plume: I’ll Skip The Appetizer — I Ate The Flowers.  If you don’t have a copy, well, try to find one (I see there aren’t any available on either AbeBooks, Amazon, or Ebay — heavens!). Selfishly I 

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The Weekend Spill: From Attempted Bloggery, A Killed Irvin Cover In Copper; A New Yorker State Of Mind Dives Into Two Summer Issues From 1931; A Few Thoughts On The Recent Swann Galleries Auction Of New Yorker Art; From The Spill Archive… A Jack Ziegler Greeting Card From 1983; The Tilley Watch Online: July 13-17, 2020

_____________________________________________________________________________ From Attempted Bloggery, July 19, 2020, “…Rea Irvin’s Killed New Yorker Cover Art Printing Plate” — an interesting item  rescued from a long-ago  flooded New Yorker basement  courtesy of a Spill fave blogger. Left: Rea Irvin, The New Yorker’s jack-of-all-graphics   ___________________________________________________________________________ A New Yorker State OF Mind Dives Deep into the July 4th & July 11th 1931 Issues

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