Topic of the Month – April 2020

TOPIC OF THE MONTH

Topic of the Month – April 2020

Posted on: April 1, 2020 · 15 comments

This month’s topic makes no mention of viruses nor pandemics. It was decided on before all that hit. Maybe it’s a reminder that things pass, that nature goes on, or maybe it’s just a bunch of cartoons. Anyway, it’s Seasons, and it’s turned out to be mostly summer, even though I love all seasons equally. Maybe summer just lends … more »

Topic of the Month – March 2020

Posted on: February 29, 2020 · 13 comments

This month’s topic is Riddles. It’s a smaller topic than usual, because the recent Ornithology topic sucked up a lot of my ‘Why did the chicken cross the road?’ cartoons. But luckily not all of them – here’s a riddle ‘Why does the cartoonist do so many chicken crossing the road cartoons?’

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Topic of the Month – February 2020

Posted on: January 29, 2020 · 30 comments

This month’s topic is Queens and other Courtly Folk, a topic which I promise you was decided on before the recent Harry and Megan conflagration, so don’t go looking for cartoons about them, nor any recognisable royalty. I prefer generic, fairytale and Pythonesque royalty.

The next topic will be in March 2020 and will be ‘Riddles’.

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Topic of the Month – December 2019

Posted on: December 1, 2019 · 14 comments

This month’s topic is Philosophy, mostly in a very broad sense of an already very broad word, but it does also include some famous philosophical names. Best of luck discovering the meaning of life.

As usual there will be no January topic. The next topic will be in February 2020 (2020!) and will be ‘Queens and other courtly folk’.

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Topic of the Month – November 2019

Posted on: October 31, 2019 · 10 comments

This month’s topic is Ornithology, which is a fancy way of saying Birds, because it felt like a great time to do Birds as a topic but we’re nowhere near B. So here is a topic full of those feathery objects of study of ornithologists – what’s not to love?

Next month’s topic is Philosophy.

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Topic of the Month – October

Posted on: September 29, 2019 · 4 comments

This month’s topic is ‘Not (and No)’. Apologies if this seems negative, it just seemed like too fruitful a topic not to do (see what I did there?)

Next month’s topic will probably be Ornithology.

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Topic of the Month – September 2019

Posted on: August 31, 2019 · 21 comments

This month’s topic is Mildred, a character who one day just sprang into my head, full of angst and complaints against the world. She’s not me, but I am sometimes her.

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Topic of the Month – August 2019

Posted on: July 30, 2019 · 14 comments

This month’s topic is Leaping and Diving. Sometimes deliberate, sometimes accidental, sometimes sporty, sometimes metaphysical. Definitely more AFL cartoons than usual, but hey, apparently it’s that time of year.

Next month will be Mildred cartoons.

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Topic of the Month – July 2019

Posted on: June 30, 2019 · 20 comments

This month’s topic is Knowledge. A little bit of it is apparently a dangerous thing, but a bunch of cartoons about knowledge (or at least things we know and things I’m pretending we know) is surely a great and wonderful thing. Although who actually knows?

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Topic of the Month – June 2019

Posted on: May 30, 2019 · 22 comments

This month’s topic is Joy. You can never have too much of it, but I think we particularly need it at the moment, when we are facing the a climate crisis that our leaders don’t want to do anything about, when we are witnessing the rise of fascist elements in our societies, where our politics are being taken over by … more »