The Latest American Bystander; Jason Chatfield’s Covid-19 Diary; Daily Cartoon & Daily Shouts Cartoonists (Yesterday’s & Today’s)…And Barry Blitt’s Kvetchbook

The latest American Bystander (March 2020) has landed on my desk —  it’s a treat!  Here are The New Yorker cartoonists whose contributions you’ll find in the issue (and in the case of John Cuneo, on the issue’s cover): George Booth (besides a full-page Booth drawing there’s a lovely photo of Mr. Booth on the very last page), Roz Chast

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Today’s Daily Cartoon, The Weekend Daily Shouts Cartoonist, And The Fave Photo Of The Day

A snowsuit via Carolita Johnson, and a weekend Shouts piece by Navied Mahdavian ______________________________________________________________________ Fave Photo Of The Day     Here’s Patricia Marx & Roz Chast last week at the great Strand bookstore celebrating the publication of their latest collaboration, You Can Yell At Me For One Thing At A Time: Rules For Couples.  Their previous book: Photo courtesy of

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The Weekend Spill: Article Of Interest: Art Young; Blitt’s Kvetchbook; The Tilley Watch Online, January 6-10, 2020

  Article Of Interest: Art Young From Yesterday’s Papers, this post, “Of Art Young & young art”. Mr. Young contributed to The New Yorker from 1925 through 1933. Visit The Art Young Gallery here.   ______________________________________________________________- Blitt’s Kvetchbook Barry Blitt on the latest kerfuffle from Royalsville. Mr. Blitt has been contributing to The New Yorker since 1993. Visit his website

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Book On The Horizon: Jason Adam Katzenstein’s “Everything Is An Emergency”; Yesterday’s Daily Cartoon And Daily Shouts Cartoonists

From Jason Adam Katzenstein, this title out in June from Harper Perennial: Everything Is An Emergency: An OCD Story in Words & Pictures . From the publisher: Insightful, hilarious, and moving, Everything Is an Emergency is Jason’s way of showing us that OCD can be funny in addition to being difficult, and though there might be dead ends and deep

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