The Weekend Spill: A MAD New Yorker Cartoonist: Jason Chatfield; A MAD Facebook Group Of Interest; Interview: Victoria Roberts; Summer Of 1930 Via A New Yorker State Of Mind; A New York Times MAD Op-Ed

A MAD New Yorker Cartoonist

Jason Chatfield, a MAD cartoonist, has been contributing to The New Yorker since 2017. Read his Medium piece posted yesterday:  “World MAD As Cartoonists Get Rubbed Out”

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A MAD Facebook Group Of Interest

The Facebook group, MAD Mumblings, seems like a good place to keep in touch with current MAD events.  A number of contributors belong.

(the accompanying Save MAD Magazine graphic seen here credited to Chet Jasper Reams)

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Article Of Interest: Victoria Roberts 

From Atencion: San Miguel, “Working For The New Yorker: An Interview With Cartoonist Victoria Roberts”

— Ms. Roberts began contributing to The New Yorker in 1988.

Visit her website here.

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A New Yorker State Of Mind

Return to the summer of 1930 via A New Yorker State of Mind‘s deep dive into the July 4th & 12th issues of that year.  Lots of cartoons, of course, and so much more.

Cover above left by Alajalov, and above right by Julian de Miskey.

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A New York Times MAD Op-Ed

From The New York Times, July 12, 2019, an op-ed piece by Tim Krieder, “The World According To Mad Magazine”

( MAD Magazine pieces are being posted here in recognition of its relationship to so many New Yorker cartoonists, past and present, and because it’s MAD Magazine).

 

A New Mick Stevens Cartoon Collection; Liza Donnelly’s London Live-Drawings; Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Peter Kuper; Tonight! Sketches Of My Exes With Sofia Warren & Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell

A New Mick Stevens Cartoon Collection

Just out! There’s a brand new collection of cartoons from one of the very best of the New Yorker‘s funniest folks.  El Mundo de Mick Stevens (The World Of Mick Stevens), published in Spain by Editorial Tebar, can be ordered on Amazon here. 

The Spill  asked Mr. Stevens to say a few words about his new book:

These are mostly unpublished work from my archives, going back several years. My friend, editor, and translators David Roman and Maura O’Donnell chose work that would work best in Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries and cultures, as opposed to “Americanisms”.

Here’s Mr. Stevens entry on the A-Z:

Mick Stevens Born March 11, 1942, Portland, Oregon. New Yorker work: December 17, 1979- . Key collections: If Ducks Carried Guns (Fireside/Simon & Schuster, 1988), A Mystery, Wrapped in an Enigma, Served on a Bed of Lettuce ( Fireside/Simon & Schuster, 1989 ), Things Not to Do Today ((Fireside/Simon & Schuster, 1989 ). Website: http://www.mickstevens.com

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Liza Donnelly’s London Live-Drawings

 Liza Donnelly made her way around and through yesterday’s mostly anti-Trump demonstrations in London, drawing all the while.  She’s now gathered some of the drawings and written about her experience for Medium. Read her “Drawing About Trump” here.

Ms. Donnelly has been contributing to The New Yorker since 1982. Up next for Ms. Donnelly: live-drawings from the upcoming Tony Awards.

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Today’s Daily Cartoon/Cartoonist

Peter Kuper on Trump and D-Day. Mr. Kuper has been contributing to The New Yorker since 2011.  Visit his website here.

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Tonight! Sketches Of My Exes With Sofia Warren & Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell

Sorry about the very late notice on this. It’s Tonight! Read all about it here.

Both Sofia Warren and Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell have contributed to The New Yorker since 2017.

 

The Herblock Award Goes to Ward Sutton; Podcast of Interest: Joe Dator on “The Shining”; Liza Donnelly’s Live-Drawings From The Oscars

Ward Sutton Awarded the Herblock Prize

Ward Sutton, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2007, has been awarded the Herblock Prize.  According to a press release:

The Herblock Prize is awarded annually by The Herb Block Foundation for “distinguished examples of editorial cartooning that exemplify the courageous independent standard set by Herblock.”

For more on Herblock, link here.

To read more about the Herblock Foundation, go here.

To visit Ward Sutton’s website go here.

(above far right: an example of Herblock’s classic take on Richard Nixon)

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Joe Dator on The Shining

From The Shining 2:37 Podcast, March 5, 2018, “Episode 20: Hullo Danny with The New Yorker Cartoonist Joe Dator”

Mr. Dator, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2006, discusses the twins (shown above) among other things, Shining-ish.

Link here to Mr. Dator’s website.

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Liza Donnelly’s 2018 Oscar Drawings

Liza Donnelly, seen in the screen grab above live-drawing from the Red Carpet, has gathered her work from Oscar week on Medium.  This is Ms. Donnelly’s third year live-drawing from the Academy Awards.  See it all here.

Visit Ms. Donnelly’s website here.

A Canadian New Yorker?; The Not Yorker?; The Surreal McCoy’s Graphic Novel; Peter Kuper In Conversation at the New School; Liza Donnelly: A Funny Sea Change; New Yorker’s Cartoon Editor to Speak at Yale

A Canadian New Yorker?

From CBC News (Montreal), November 26, 2017, “Le Montrealer Imagines a Local Take on The New Yorker’s Covers” — this interesting piece on a Canadian exhibition of New Yorker inspired work. With a related piece on  similarly inspired exhibits.

   

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The Not Yorker?

From Artsy, November 28, 2017,  “The Website Giving Rejected New Yorker Covers a Second Chance” —   Read about it here.

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The Surreal McCoy’s Upcoming Graphic Novel

From Bleeding Cool, November 28, 2017, “A New Yorker Cartoonist Explores Her Iraqi/Jewish Roots in Comics — The Wolf of Baghdad”

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Jose Munoz & Peter Kuper in Conversation

In a Special New York Comics and Picture-story Symposium,  Peter Kuper will be in conversation with Jose Munoz this Thursday at the New School. Details here.

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Liza Donnelly: A Funny Sea Change

From Medium, November 28, 2017, “A Funny Sea Change: One Step Forward in the Field of Humor” Liza Donnelly‘s take on this week’s historic issue of The New Yorker.

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New Yorker’s Cartoon Editor to Speak at Yale

From Yale News, November 28, 2017, “Cartoon editor at the New Yorker to discuss ‘Laugh Lines'” …details here on Emma Allen’s talk this coming Thursday.