Comics Journal Of Interest; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon

Comics Journal Of Interest The Summer-Fall Comics Journal features a “Career-Spanning” interview with Gary Groth (founder and President of Fantagraphics Books). Read a little more here. Roz Chast’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z:   Roz Chast (pictured above. Photo by Bill Franzen) Born, Brooklyn, NY. New Yorker work: 1978 – . Key collections: Unscientific Americans (Dolphin/Doubleday, 1982), Theories of Everything

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55 Years Ago Today; A Timely 1960 Frank Modell Cartoon; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Today’s Daily Shouts Cartoonist; A Cartoonist At The Culture Desk; The Passing of Mad’s Mort Drucker

55 Years Ago Today The other day I mentioned that April 10th is the 55th anniversary of the publication of Mort Gerberg’s first New Yorker drawing (I Spilled the drawing published in that issue of April 10, 1965).  It was, however, not the first drawing he sold to the magazine. His first sale appears above (quite a beginning!).  It appeared

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Liza Donnelly Returns To Oscar’s Red Carpet; A New Yorker State Of Mind: Thurber’s First New Yorker Drawing; The Tilley Watch Online, The Week Of February 3-7, 2020

Liza Donnelly Returns To Oscar’s Red Carpet Liza Donnelly will be back on Oscar’s Red Carpet tomorrow night for her fifth year of live-drawing.  Five years ago she made Oscar history by being the very first cartoonist to draw while on the Red Carpet. She began posting drawings yesterday, and will continue posting today, leading up to her coverage of

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Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Cartoonist Interviews Of Interest: Liana Finck, Bob Eckstein

Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon And now there are three. Brooke Bourgeois — new to The New Yorker stable this year –on yesterday’s historic vote.   ____________________________________________________________ Interviews Of Interest Two recent interviews by two cartoonists with new books. From Comics Beat, December 18, 2019, “Indie View: Liana Finck puts her whole self into ‘Excuse Me’”  — this interview Ms.

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