Fave Photo Of The Day: Liza Donnelly

My colleague Liza Donnelly has had a busy few months as her one-person show at the Norman Rockwell Museum was readied and then opened (she traveled to Stockbridge, Massachusetts for the virtual opening). So she might be excused for taking some down(east) time to kick back, removing herself for just a bit from social media, from the whirl of day-to-day events,

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The Monday Tilley Watch, The New Yorker (Double) Issue Of August 3 & 10, 2020; Zoomin’ Cartoonists: Edward Koren, Teresa Burns Parkhurst, Bob Eckstein, & Michael Shaw

Despite some internet challenges here at the Spill‘s temporary headquarters, I’m going to attempt a Monday Tilley Watch… The Cover:  The debut cover by artist, Grace Lynne Haynes. Read Francoise Mouly’s Q&A with her here. The Cartoonists: The Cartoons: One of my favorite issues of the year, every year, is the early August New Yorker (in this instance, we have

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The Weekend Spill: Where Do You Get Your Ideas?

“Where do you get your ideas?” It’s possibly the most asked question of cartoonists. Two other contenders: “Do you worry if you’ll run out of ideas?” and “Can you make a living doing that?” To answer the first (and not the second or third) I’m always tempted to say that I have a little soft cover book I found under

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Thurber Thursday: La vie secrete de Walter Mitty

A Note To Spill Readers: New posts to the Spill will be irregular for the next five or so days as internet service is problematic. I’ll catch up with whatever is missed once things have returned to normal. Thanks for your patience.  Something Thurber I missed last year: this French publication of Thurber’s Secret Life of Walter Mitty published by

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