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The Island of Rejected Cartoons

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The Island of Rejected Cartoons

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The Island of Rejected Cartoons

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Not going in the New Yorker — ever. Courtesy of Matthew Diffee hide caption

toggle caption Courtesy of Matthew Diffee

Not going in the New Yorker — ever.

Courtesy of Matthew Diffee

Not going in the New Yorker either. Courtesy of Carolita Johnson hide caption

toggle caption Courtesy of Carolita Johnson

Not going in the New Yorker either.

Courtesy of Carolita Johnson

Cartoonists Matthew Diffee and Carolita Johnson join us to talk about cartoons the New Yorker recently rejected.

Diffee is the editor of The Rejection Collection: Cartoons You Never Saw and Never Will See in the New Yorker.

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