Donnelly’s Holiday Leftovers; Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Julia Suits (And Yesterday’s: Pat Achilles); More Spills: Jenny Kroik, Flanders’ Links On TCJ, A New Yorker State Of Mind On Two Holiday Issues from 1930; Bob Eckstein’s Daily News Op-Ed

A favorite day after Thanksgiving drawing from Liza Donnelly, published in The New Yorker November 26, 2007.

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Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon (And Yesterday’s)

Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon: Julia Suits on a popular writer’s retreat.  Ms. Suits began contributing to The New Yorker in 2006. Visit her website here.

Yesterday’s Daily cartoonist & cartoon: Pat Achilles on quid pro quo, turkey-style. Ms. Achilles began contributing to The New Yorker in 2018. Visit her website here.

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…From  the newyorker.com Culture Desk, November 28, 2019, cover artist Jenny Kroik’s  “Living With Art.”

…From The Comics Journal, November 29, 2019, Ryan Flanders’ latest links: “Delicate Hearts, Diabolical Minds”

…Fun holiday weekend reading from A New Yorker State Of Mind: Reading Every Issue Of The New Yorker Magazine, November 28, 2019, “The High Place”  — a look at two issues, November 15th , and November 22nd, 1930.

…From The Daily News, November 28, 2019, a Bob Eckstein op-ed piece, “This is the Age Of Negativity: There’s a lot more we should be thankful for.”

(sorry, there may be a paywall…)

Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Lotsa Links; Some New Yorker Folks (Past & Present) At The Brooklyn Book Festival

Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon

Space & lattes, by Avi Steinberg who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2012

 

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Lotsa Links

Here’s a link to Ryan Flanders links on The Comics Journal. Numerous New Yorker folks amid the lot.

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Some New Yorker Folks (Past & Present) At The Brooklyn Book Fest

I noted the following while taking a quick tour through the Fest’s website:

Robert Gottlieb, Bill McKibben, Joyce Carol Oates, Mary Norris, and Mark Alan Stamaty.

There are likely more appearing at various publisher’s booths. Let me know if you’re one of them.

Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Strand Event Of Interest; A Daily Shouts With Emily Flake; Ryan Flanders’ TCJ Friday Links; Anthologies For The Waning Dog Days Of Summer

 

Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon

Peter Kuper gives us three reasons Trump wants to buy Greenland.

Mr. Kuper has been contributing to The New Yorker since 2011.

Visit his website here.

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Strand Event Of Interest

On September 16th the Strand will host a panel discussion centered on Drawing Power: Women’s Stories of Sexual Violence, Harassment, and Survival.  All the info here.

Drawing Power contributors include New Yorker artists Aline Kominsky-Crumb and Liana Finck.

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A Daily Shouts With Emily Flake

Yesterday’s Daily Shouts by David Bradley Isenberg and Emily Flake: “Possible Explanations For Why Your Subway Car Is Empty”

Ms. Flake has been contributing to The New Yorker since 2008.  Visit her website here.

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Ryan Flander’s TCJ Friday Links

Mr. Flanders’ Friday gathering of comics (and comix) related links. Included here on the Spill as it offers a ton of non-Tilley avenues to explore, if that’s your thing. There’s one New Yorker mention this week (the magazine’s Peanuts article, “How ‘Peanuts’ Created A Space For Thinking”). 

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Anthologies For The Waning Dog Days Of Summer

Some wonderful dog-centric books selected from the Spill‘s library.

Thurber’s Dogs (Simon & Schuster, 1955)

The New Yorker Book of Dog Cartoons (Knopf, 1992)

The Big Book New Yorker Book of Dogs (Random House, 2012)

Dogs by Henry Morgan & George Booth (Houghton Mifflin, 1976)

Dogs Dogs Dogs edited by Sam Gross (Harpercollins, 1985).

 

The Weekend Spill: More And More MAD; Photo: Chatfield At A Snazzy Drawing Board; Tilley Watch Online, The Week Of July 22-26, 2019; A New Comics Journal Column; Interview Of Interest: Paul “How To Read Nancy” Karasik

 

More And More MAD

From The Daily Cartoonist, July 27, 2019,  “We’re All MAD Here  (Paeans To The Magazine)”

D.D. Degg gathers cartoonist MAD pieces.

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Chatfield At A Snazzy Drawing Board

Courtesy of Marcie Jacobs-Cole, this photo of Jason Chatfield at a drawing board at Dick Blick Art Supplies* last Thursday.

Mr. Chatfield began contributing to The New Yorker in 2017.

His website here.

*this isn’t a Spill commercial endorsement.

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A weekend roundup of the New Yorker cartoonists whose work appeared on newyorker.com‘s Daily Cartoon and/or Daily Shouts

Daily Cartoon contributors this week: J.A.K., David Sipress, Barry Blitt, Ellis Rosen, and Brendan Loper.

Daily Shouts contributors this week: Roz Chast (in her recurring Cut & Paste series), Farley Katz (in his recurring Cooking Cartoonist series), and Julia Wertz.

See all of the above, and more, here.

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A New Comics Journal Column/Columnist

There’s almost nothing the Spill likes more than a site that leads to other sites — and now there’s a new one.  From The Comics Journal, July 26, 2019, “You Build Walls, We’re Gonna Probably Dig Holes (This Week’s Links)”this new column of “links relating…to comics” by Ryan Flanders, who told us in his recent TCJ article about MAD, that he “was a member of the MAD Art Department, though my roles spilled into editorial, talent scouting and the amorphous responsibility of ‘coming up with new ideas.'”  You’ll find a sprinkle or two of New Yorker cartoonists mentioned in this first column.

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Interview Of Interest: Paul “How To Read Nancy” Karasik

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From The LA Review of Books, July 27, 2019, “It Takes A Deep Reading. and an Obsession: An Interview With Paul Karasik.”

Mr. Karasik began contributing to The New Yorker in 1999.