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Bruce Garrett - Baltimore OUTLoud (MARYLAND, USA) Associate Member
Bruce Garrett Growing up in the Washington D.C. suburbs, Bruce Garrett discovered the joy of political cartoons at an early age while reading The Evening Star (Gib Crockett), and the Washington Post (Herblock). It was in his high school library that he happened upon Stephan Hess' The Ungentlemanly Art and became instantly hooked. His first cartoons appeared in his high school student newspaper, (ironically enough, titled "The Advocate"). After graduation he pursued other interests but by the late 1990s, unsatisfied with the lack of attention by mainstream cartoonists in the gay civil rights . . .
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Bob Gorrell - Creators Syndicate Inc. (VIRGINIA, USA) Regular Member
Bob Gorrell Born and raised in Greensboro, North Carolina, Bob Gorrell attended the University of Virginia as an Echols Scholar and graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1977. After two years as staff artist at the Ft. Myers News-Press in Florida, and three years in North Carolina at the Charlotte News, he arrived at the Richmond News Leader in Virginia during 1983. Gorrell moved to the Richmond Times-Dispatch in 1992, and served there as editorial cartoonist until resigning in January 1998 to concentrate on syndicated editorial and comics page features. From October 2001 through December 2004, Gorrell was . . .
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Ross Gosse - Editoons, iNCk. (NORTH CAROLINA, USA) Regular Member
Ross Gosse Born on the frozen tundra of Wisconsin, Ross Gosse carved his first editorial cartoons into the sides of ice blocks.

Exchanging his hammer and chisel for pen and ink, Gosse earned his B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He double-majored in art and print journalism.

His first job, in advertising, was disenchanting and disemboweling. Heeding the noble call of journalism, Gosse went on to land his first daily newspaper job with The Daily Press in Ashland, Wis. (located just 15 miles north of the edge of the planet). He designed news pages and syndicated his editorial . . .
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Steve Greenberg - Freelance, Los Angeles (CALIFORNIA, USA) Regular Member
Steve Greenberg Steve Greenberg is an editorial cartoonist and artist in Southern California, drawing for the alternative-weekly Ventura County Reporter, the Jewish Journal of Los Angeles and other publications; the latter cartoons are self-syndicated nationally while his overall work is distributed via PoliticalCartoons.com and CartoonStock in the U.K.. He also contributes to the Cartoon Movement out of The Netherlands, the first American cartoonist invited to join. He is also an award-winning informational graphics artist and illustrator. In recent years he has contributed to the Sacramento Bee, Daily News . . .
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Ed Hall - Artizans Syndicate (FLORIDA, USA) Regular Member
Ed Hall

Born in Jacksonville, Florida, Ed Hall received his B.D. in Graphic Design (1984), and his M.F.A. in Painting (1986) from the University of Florida.  While in college he did political cartoons and illustrations for The Florida Independent Alligator, UF's school newspaper.  After college, Hall worked for several weekly publications in and around Jacksonville, and finally settled at The Baker County Press in Macclenny (just outside of Jacksonville) where he continues to work as the weekly cartoonist. Over the last 12 years, Hall has won 8 Florida Press Awards, 3 Newsmaker Awards, . . .
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