Thurber Thursday: Video Of Interest…A Tour Of The Thurber House
December 2, 2021
If you happen to in Columbus, Ohio, pencil in this must-see site: The Thurber House. I’ve been there twice, along with my New Yorker colleague, Liza Donnelly. Here’s a short, succinct video tour. Link here to the Thurber House website.  Thurber’s entry on the Spill’s A-Z:  James Thurber Born, Columbus, Ohio, December 8, 1894. Died 1961, New York City. New Yorker

Tuesday Spill: Book Launch For Sorel’s “Profusely Illustrated”; Gil Roth Interviews Sorel
November 30, 2021
Book Launch For Sorel’s “Profusely Illustrated”  Lotsa laffs at last night’s book launch for Edward Sorel’s Profusely Illustrated (published by Knopf) at the Century Association, just a skip and a jump from The New Yorker‘s old offices at 25 West 43rd Street. This cartoonist, accompanied by New Yorker colleagues Liza Donnelly and John Cuneo, dipped into the old building to

Wednesday Spill: Liza Donnelly’s 2021 NYC Marathon Drawings; Daily Cartoonists & Cartoons
November 10, 2021
Liza Donnelly’s 2021 NYC Marathon Drawings As in her 1st NYC Marathon two years ago, Liza Donnelly ran and drew.  Here’s a piece from Medium about her experience.   Ms. Donnelly’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z: Liza Donnelly Born, Washington, D.C. New Yorker work: June 21, 1982 – Key book: Funny Ladies: The New Yorker’s Greatest Women Cartoonists and Their Cartoons

Weekend Spill: Personal Cartoon History; Unfinished Business: Shaw’s Blank New Yorker Drawing & Alan Dunn’s; From Attempted Bloggery…S.J. Perelman & Victoria Roberts Intersect At A French Laundry; The Tilley Watch Online, November 1-5, 2021
November 6, 2021
________________________________________________________________________________ Personal Cartoon History I was wandering around The New Yorker’s online archive this evening when I came across this drawing of mine from the January 9, 1984 issue. I looked at it for a few seconds then realized that it’s very different from all of my work in the magazine as it’s blatantly autobiographical. What you see is the
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