The Tilley Watch Online, April 21-26, 2019; Two Books From Will McPhail; About Zach Kanin

An end of week round-up of the New Yorker cartoonists who contributed to the online features, the Daily Cartoon and Daily Shouts

The Daily Cartoon: Seth Fleishman, Christopher Weyant, Elisabeth McNair, J.A.K., Avi Steinberg, and Tom Toro.

Daily Shouts: Julia Wertz, Edward Steed, and Ellis Rosen (with Irving Ruan)

To see all of the above, and more, link here.

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Two Books From McPhail

From Publishers Weekly, “Book Deals: Week of April 29, 2019” — news of a two-book deal for Will McPhail. The first, a graphic novel, “In, The Story of Nick” will be out in 2020. The second, Collected Cartoons, will be just that.

Mr. McPhail began contributing to The New Yorker in 2014. Visit his website here.

Further reading: From The Daily Cartoonist: “Tales From the Reuben —  Cranky Digression” 

 — D.D. Degg fact-checks the PW‘.

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About Zach Kanin

From Monsters & Critics, April 27, 2019, Zach Kanin: Who is writer and creator behind I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson on Netflix”

Mr. Kanin began contributing to The New Yorker in 2005. Further reading here.

 

Animated Addams Family Trailer; Publishers Weekly MoCCA Fest Wrap-Up; Krimstein’s Gallery Talk; Reminder: A Cartoon Double Header Tonight!; Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Brendan Loper; Today’s Daily Shouts By Sarah Ransohoff & Johnny DiNapoli

Animated Addams Family Trailer

From Screen Rant, April 9, 2019, “The Addams Family Trailer: An Altogether Ooky Animated Movie”

Charles Addams’ Spill A-Z entry :

Charles Addams (Born in Westfield, New Jersey, January  7, 1912. Died September 29, 1988, New York City. New Yorker work: 1932 – 1988 * the New Yorker has published his work posthumously. One of the giants of The New Yorker’s stable of artists. Key cartoon collections: While all of Addams’ collections are worthwhile, here are three that are particular favorites; Homebodies (Simon & Schuster, 1954), The Groaning Board (Simon & Schuster, 1964), Creature Comforts (Simon & Schuster, 1981). In 1991 Knopf published The World of Chas Addams, a retrospective collection. Visit the Addams Foundation website for far more information : http://www.charlesaddams.com/

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Publishers Weekly MoCCA Wrap-Up

Form PW, April 9, 2019, “MoCCA Arts Fest Attracts Big Crowd of Indie Fans”

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Krimstein’s Gallery Talk

Ken Krimstein, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2000, will talk about the ongoing Hannah Arendt exhibit in Chicago.  Info here

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Reminder: A Cartoon Double Header Tonight

At 6, See Bob Eckstein with Marisa Acocella, Robert Leighton, and Barbara Smaller talk shop at Rizzoli.  Then head over to see a live podcast with Jason Chatfield and Scott Dooley.

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Today’s Daily Cartoonist/Cartoon

Brendan Loper mixes modern politics with the Sword in the Stone. Mr. Loper began contributing to The New Yorker in 2016.

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Today’s Daily Shouts

Owls! by Sarah Ransohoff and Johnny DiNapoli.  Ms. Ransohoff began contributing to The New Yorker in 2018 (Mr. Dinapoli has contributed to newyorker.com).  

Link here to Ms. Ransohoff’s site.

Link here to Mr. Dinapoli’s site.

Exhibit of Interest: New Yorker Cover Artist Arthur Getz; Review of Interest: Aline Kominsky-Crumb’s New Book; Follow-Up: John Cuneo’s Spring Cover

From The Hotchkiss Library of Sharon, “The Art of Arthur Getz: City and Country” an exhibit of work by the most prolific of all New Yorker cover artists.  Opens May 5th.  

— My thanks to Stephen Nadler of Attempted Bloggery for bringing this exhibit to my attention. Be sure to check out his site today for an interesting piece on Mischa Richter.

Mr. Getz’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z: 

Born, Passaic, New Jersey, 1913; died, 1996. New Yorker work: 1938 -1988. Primarily a cover artist, he had one cartoon published: March 15, 1958. (You might say his career was a mirror image of George Price’s, who was one of the most prolific cartoonists, with over 1200 published, and one cover). According to the official Getz website, he was the most prolific of all New Yorker cover artists, having 213 appear during the fifty years he contributed to the magazine. The official Getz website, containing his biography: www.getzart.com/

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Aline Kominsky-Crumb’s New Book

From Publishers Weekly, April 30, 2018,  “The Wild Woman of Comix” — Leela Corman’s review of Ms. Kominsky-Crumb’s latest book, out today. 

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Follow-Up: John Cuneo’s Spring Cover

Visitors to this site may remember a recent piece, “Favorite Cover Submission of the Week” — featuring the work of New Yorker cover artist, John Cuneo.  Happy & pleased to say the cover (slightly revised) has found a home, shown below right, on Chronogram, a splendid Hudson Valley (NY) publication.

 

T-Shirt of Interest: Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell; Four Questions:Bruce Eric Kaplan

T-Shirt of Interest: Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell

From bustle.com, thred-UPS Earth Day T-Shirt Collection Hilariously Drags All of Us For Being Awful to The Planet”.with Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell content.

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Four Questions: Bruce Eric Kaplan

From Publishers Weekly, April 17, 2018, “Four Questions For Bruce Eric Kaplan”

Mr. Kaplan’s website

 

Dick Buchanan’s 40s Faves: Barbara Shermund, Chon Day, Addams, C.E.M, Barlow, Richard Taylor, and More; Publishers Weekly on the Growing Popularity of MoCCA’s Fest

Dick Buchanan’s 40s Faves

Mike Lynch has been posting selected materials from the Dick Buchanan Files for quite some time.  In today’s post Mr. Buchanan offers up favorites from the 1940s. All of the cartoonists in this post would’ve been familiar to New Yorker readers (and some still are). See them here.

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Publishers Weekly on MoCCA’s Popularity

From PW, April 11, 2018, “Exhibitors, Fans Keep Growing at MoCCA Fest 2018”