Oscar in therapy courtesy of Ellis Rosen who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2016.
From Broken Frontier, February 6, 2020, “The Wolf of Baghdad: Memoir Of A Lost Homeland — Carol Isaacs Provides A Haunting Account Of Persecution In Mid-Twentieth Century Iraq”
Ms. Isaacs is also known as The Surreal McCoy. She began contributing to The New Yorker in 2014 (that first drawing signed “T.S. McCoy”). Visit her website here.
The arrival in today’s mail of a Garrett Price sketch caused me to go to his one collection, Drawing Room Only. Looking through, I’d forgotten that the photo shown here was on the back flap. I thought what better way to end this wacky week than with a photo of a cartoonist and a kitty.
Here’s Mr. Price’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z:
Garrett Price Born, 1897, Bucyrus, Kansas. Died, April, 1979, Norwalk, Conn. Collection: Drawing Room Only: A Book of Cartoons (Coward -McCann, 1946). New Yorker work: 1925 -1974.