The Weekend Spill: Personal History…My Big Find; Today’s Daily Shouts Cartoonists; The Tilley Watch Online, The Week Of October 12-16, 2020

_________________________________________________________ Personal History…My Big Find At least twenty years ago, possibly thirty, I walked into a Moose Lodge “Antique” show in upstate New York (it was really more of an indoor yard sale than an antique show). Strolled through, and was heading out the door when I noticed a partially unfolded large poster leaning against a wall. I could see

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Friday’s Spill: The National Cartoonists Society Fest, Online & Free For All; Today’s Daily Cartoon & Cartoonist

The National Cartoonists Society Festival, Online & Free To All Usually an invitation-only formal event held in a convention center, this year’s NCS Festival will be online and open to all. Live streaming begins Saturday morning at 10am (est), September 12th.  Here’s the schedule. Browsing the event schedule and list of nominees I noticed these New Yorker folks mentioned: Jason

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Tuesday Spill: Book Of Interest: A User’s Guide To Democracy, Illus. By Tom Toro; Reminder: Liza Donnelly Live-Draws In Norman Rockwell’s Studio Today At 5!; Ms. Parker’s Ashes; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; New Yorker Festival Update

Book Of Interest: A User’s Guide To Democracy, Illustrated By Tom Toro Today is publication day for A User’s Guide To Democracy, by Nick Capodice & Hannah McCarthy, with illustrations by New Yorker cartoonist Tom Toro (he began contributing to the magazine a decade ago). Ordering info and more on the book and its authors here on the publisher’s site.

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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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