I Miss Facts, Too

Mark Addison Kershaw

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Mark Addison Kershaw, aka The Artist Known as Addison, is usually to be found out in left field. This month, some 63 days before the United States’ presidential election, he’s also sequestered in the Deep South, pen in hand, riffing on Meisje met de parel (look it up), and imagining himself escaping from home confinement, bird-watching with penguins, and/or social distancing in the duds made popular by our early astronauts. He admits to missing facts; I admit to missing him. ”Elizabeth Boleman-Herring

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By Mark Addison Kershaw

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ATLANTA Georgia—(Weekly Hubris)—1 September 2020—Editor’s Note: Mark Addison Kershaw, aka The Artist Known as Addison, is usually to be found out in left field. This month, some 63 days before the United States’ presidential election, he’s also sequestered in the Deep South, pen in hand, riffing on Meisje met de parel (look it up), and imagining himself escaping from home confinement, bird-watching with penguins, and/or social distancing in the duds made popular by our early astronauts. He admits to missing facts; I admit to missing him.

Addison slide.

Addison-pearl earring.

Addison-penguin binoculars.

Addison-speaks to me.

Addison-space age.

Addison-facts.

Addison-painter looking.

Mark Addison Kershaw

About Mark Addison Kershaw

Mark Addison Kershaw says his influences include James Thurber, Jean-Jacques Sempé, Charles Schultz, Berke Breathed, and several cartoonists from “The New Yorker.” Kershaw was born and brought up in Nebraska, spent college dabbling in philosophy and a few decades during/after in Minnesota, and now makes his home in Atlanta, Georgia, where he may be spotted walking his dog around the lake behind his home, taking photographs, and thinking cartoonish thoughts.
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