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E&P Takes Aim at the Pulitzer Prizes | Post

June 7, 2022- Editor & Publisher media reporter Rob Tornoe talks to AAEC President Kevin Necessary and comics reporter Susie Cagle, who has been working in the field as a graphic journalist for well over a decade now, about recent controversial changes to the Pulitzer Prizes. Read the whole thing here: https://www.editorandpublisher.com/stories/pulitzer-change-leaves-illustrators-feeling-slighted,229083...


Gannett Slashes Editorial Pages from Papers — Along with Cartoons | Post

June 3, 2022- Word has trickled down from Gannett (née GatehouseMedia) that, beginning June 1, they will be stripping out the daily editorial/opinion section in the print editions of all their daily papers. Gannett, the largest newspaper publisher in the country as measured by total daily circulation, announced their Op/Ed pages will now...


Pulitzer Prize Cartoonists Pen Protest Letter to Pulitzer Board | Post

May 20, 2022- [Update: Since this letter was fired off last week, more Pulitzer Prize winners and finalists have signed on to the protest, including 2020 winner Barry Blitt, and Pat Bagley, the longest-employed staff cartoonist at a daily newspaper.] Ten days after the 2022 Pulitzer Prizes wereannounced, 35 cartoonists who have won...


Sack Sacks Sack | Post

April 25, 2022- Over the weekend, the Minneapolis Star Tribune made it official: Steve Sack is retiring after almost 42 years at the paper. The influential and irrepressible Pulitzer Prize winner had told fellow cartoonists earlier in the week he had decided to step down from his long-time staff position to pursue his...


Cartoonist Talks | Post

April 25, 2022- ICYMI — Political cartoonist Angelo Lopez has been posting a series of online discussions with editorial cartoonists. First up, he and Eric Garcia talk about the role of artist activists in helping to create social change, and the importance of political cartoons in critiquing society: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgScglqKMpg Then, Lopez chats with...


Kal the winner of the 2020 OPC Award | Post

April 7, 2021- Congratulations to cartoonist Kevin “Kal” Kallaugher, the 2020 winner of the Award-formerly-known-as-the-Thomas-Nast from the Overseas Press Club of America. This is Kal’s fifth time to win the OPCA prize. Michael Ramirez was cited as the runner-up. https://opcofamerica.org/2020-opc-award-winners/ America’s oldest association dedicated to international news will honor the journalists at an Oct....


Some paper writes about the travails of cartoonists on Facebook | Post

March 19, 2021- Some newspaper wrote about Facebook‘s failure to understand irony, and how that is threatening the livelihood of editorial cartoonists. While the most of the article is about Matt Bors and The Nib, cartoonists Adam Zyglis, Ed Hall are interviewed as well. Here’s the article: For Political Cartoonists, the Irony Was That Facebook Didn’t Recognize Irony As Facebook...


Tom of Tomorrow | Post

March 9, 2021- It is said the best sci-fi is really about today. If so, cartoonist Tom Tomorrow (aka Dan Perkins) has been using science fiction to write about the present for a long, long time. The Nation has an interview with the alt-weekly stalwart.   https://www.thenation.com/article/culture/cartoons-tom-tomorrow-perkins/...


Online chats in October | Post

October 13, 2020- Several additional cartoonist roundtables are on the schedule this month: 1) Super short notice but — Ann Telnaes just notified us that she’ll be on an online panel tonight, Oct. 13 at 6pm, with Barry Blitt and Pia Guerra as they explore the art of political cartooning with Scott Simon, host of NPR’s Weekend Edition Saturday. If you’re able to...


ICYMI—Rewatch the live editorial cartooning panel at CXC | Post

October 5, 2020- “May You Draw in Interesting Times,” the AAEC political cartoon panel at the 2020 CXC Festival, is now on YouTube! The hour-long roundtable with Host Kal Kallaugher, Jen Sorensen, David G. Brown, Eric Garcia, Angelo Lopez and Pat Bagley hits on the, uh, highlights of drawing in this most unusual year. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGHCJvqqdyQ...


The year of hell refresher—now in cheeky animated form! | Post

August 26, 2020- McClatchy animator Sohail Al-Jamea and cartoonist Jack Ohman recently teamed up to create an animated reminder of all the shit that went down —so far— in 2020. Just in case you’ve forgotten. The animated short plays like a side-scrolling fighting game with an oblivious Trump strolling through the exploding video background....


Greenberg takes 1st place in Davenport contest | Post

August 26, 2020- AAEC member Steve Greenberg won First Place in the “Homer Davenport Cartoon Contest,” based in Silverton, Oregon. The local contest celebrates home-town hero Homer Davenport, the late-19th/early 20th century editorial cartoonist famous for his quote “No honest man need fear cartoons.” The contest is usually part of the town’s annual...


Shorter WaPo: Are newspaper editors cowards? | Post

June 23, 2020- Michael Cavna sums up a rough fortnight for political cartoonists and newspaper editors, and asks an important question: What if publishers decide it’s too much trouble to do their damn job?   https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2020/06/23/political-cartoons-racist-small-newspapers/ “In my mind, editorial cartoons are expendable. None of them are produced by our staff, and rarely...


Cartoonists Rights Network sounds alarm on threats facing cartoonists | Post

June 15, 2020- In the wake of the global pandemic, journalist and human rights groups are sounding the alarm and issuing the most dire warnings about cartoonists’ security and freedom since the Charlie Hebdo attack over five years ago. Cartoonists Rights Network International has joined with Cartooning for Peace, Cartoon Movement and other free...


International groups call on Trump to speak up for press freedom | Post

June 15, 2020- The Cartoonists Rights Network International has joined with 72 journalist and press freedom organizations calling on Donald Trump to “commend, rather than condemn, the media and ensure their protection from the unprecedented attacks they have faced while reporting on nation-wide protests demanding social and racial justice, particularly for Black communities.”...


Media Freedom Rapid Response: Cartoonists are being targeted for their work | Post

June 15, 2020- The Cartoonists Rights Network International has joined with the Media Freedom Rapid Response consortium to warn cartoonists that they are being targeted by governments looking to use the pandemic as an excuse to suppress free speech. The following rapid response report looks at things within the European Union and its...


Cartoonist wins award, loses paper in a topsy-turvy week | Post

June 12, 2020- Al Goodwyn is having an, uh, interesting week. The day after he won a regional journalism award for his editorial cartooning, a South Carolina paper drop the syndicated cartoonist and apologized for running a cartoon of his that many readers found offensive: http://www.dailycartoonist.com/index.php/2020/06/11/newspaper-apologizes-for-devisive-cartoon/   Michael Cavna picked up on the...


JD wins RFK | Post

June 8, 2020- JD Crowe is this year’s winner of the Robert F. Kennedy Award for Editorial Cartooning. The RFK judges cited the cartoonist for the Alabama Media Group “for his use of wit and artistry to illuminate policies that are harming women, the poor, and people of color in the state of Alabama.”...


Trump Campaign forces removal of a cartoon from the internet in clear violation of the Constitution | Post

May 27, 2020- While Donald Trump complains about the “violation” of his free speech on Twitter, his campaign recently forced the removal of a political cartoon by Nick Anderson from the Redbubble website. Anderson is protesting the action with the help of the CBLDF. Redbubble, like Cafe Press and other swag sites, produces T-shirts, mugs,...


Furlough you go | Post

May 19, 2020- Filed under “Yeah, no” The Buffalo News took a rare stand (for editorial page editors that is) and told a reader in Letters to the Editor that No, they are NOT going to remove their editorial cartoonist just because the reader was offended by an opinion they didn’t agree with....


Cartoonist survives Covid; responds by drawing a cartoon about it | Post

April 23, 2020- Cartoonist Jason Chatfield reveals what it’s like to get the coronavirus. (Spoiler alert: it’s horrible). So what’s a cartoonist to do after surviving Covid19? Do a cartoon about it of course! His graphic (in more ways than one) tale of surviving the plague is must reading: https://www.jasonchatfield.com/coronavirus We here at...


NCS cancels annual convention—but still plans to hand out awards | Post

April 23, 2020- No surprise — the National Cartoonists Society has announced that the 2020 NCS convention is cancelled. They note, however, this year’s Reuben Awards will still be presented in some form on time and online in June. Details to follow when we get them. http://www.dailycartoonist.com/index.php/2020/04/23/2020-reubens-weekend-convention-cancelled/...


Cartoonists for the Cause — Covid relief fundraisers | Post

April 16, 2020- Two Pennsylvania cartoonists are offering signed art in fundraisers and auctions to help out local institutions. Philadelphia’s Signe Wilkinson is offering signed prints of her cartoons in exchange for contributions to one of the funds helping beleaguered health care workers. Signe supports Temple University Hospital which, she notes, “really stepped up when...


Gary Huck and Mike Konopacki publish their last collection | Post

April 3, 2020- On the heels of the news that Gary Huck and Mike Konopacki would shut down their long-running labor cartoon syndicate, the duo announced “Torn,” the last collection of their editorial cartoons. “After 37 years of syndicating Huck/Konopacki Labor Cartoons to unions and newspapers, these Wisconsin-bred practitioners of pushback, parody, and...


VIRTUAL CARTOONING: Matt Wuerker live online on April 1 | Post

March 31, 2020- Cartooning school is in session! POLITICO cartoonist Matt Wuerker will be holding a free virtual workshop Wednesday, April 1st (appropriately enough). The online event kicks off at noon. Matt is one of the best caricaturists working today, so this should be good. https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5383528193767815436?source=moderator+social Here’s a short look at the cartoonist...


Labor duo end decades-long cartoon collaboration | Post

March 5, 2020- Mike Konopacki and Gary Huck recently announced their retirement after 37 years of drawing labor-centric cartoons for Union newspapers. https://nwlaborpress.org/2020/03/end-of-an-era-labor-cartoonists-say-farewell/ The pair was one of the few “teams” working in editorial cartooning today. The two met at the 1979 convention of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists and began operating...


Joel Pett steps down as CRNI President; Matt Wuerker takes reins | Post

March 4, 2020- From the Cartoonists Rights Network International comes the following announcements: https://cartoonistsrights.org/crni-president-joel-pett-retires/   After some fifteen years in the role Joel Pett—multi-award winning editorial cartoonist for the Lexington Herald Leader—has decided to retire from the Presidency of Cartoonists Rights Network International’s board of directors. Cartoonists from across the world can attest...


Hot cartoonist on cartoonist action in new book on Macpherson | Post

March 27, 2020- Canadian cartoonist Terry Mosher (better known by his pen name Aislin) has written a new book on Duncan Macpherson, one of the best cartoonists to come out of Canada in the 20th Century. “Professional Heckler” is the first biography of Macpherson, “a formidable and groundbreaking artist, he was also an alcoholic who...


Matt Bors thinks you should improve your bookshelf somewhat | Post

April 20, 2020- Cartoonist and publisher of The Nib, Matt Bors has announced a new collection of his political commentary. “We Should Improve Society Somewhat” drops in April 2020 and offers a survey of  “our current dystopian hellscape.” From the press release: “Working as a political cartoonist for more than a decade, Bors’...


Matt Bors thinks you should improve your bookshelf somewhat | Post

February 28, 2020- Cartoonist and publisher of The Nib, Matt Bors has announced a new collection of his political commentary. “We Should Improve Society Somewhat” drops in April 2020 and offers a survey of  “our current dystopian hellscape.” From the press release: “Working as a political cartoonist for more than a decade, Bors’...


Call for Entries: 20th International Editorial Cartoon Competition | Post

February 18, 2020- Guy Badeaux has put out the call for entries for the  20th International Editorial Cartoon Competition. The deadline to enter is Friday, March 27, 2020. Here are the complete rules and regulations: 1. The theme for the 20th International Editorial Cartoon Competition is: “Pulling the plug on social media”   After...


CALL FOR ENTRIES: The 2020 Rex Babin Memorial Award for Excellence in Local Cartooning | Post

February 14, 2020- UPDATE: WE’RE PUSHING BACK THE DEADLINE FOR THE BABIN AWARD TO ITS ORIGINAL DEADLINE OF AUGUST 28. THE AWARD WILL NOW BE PRESENTED IN SEPTEMBER IN A LOCATION TBA Wow, where does the time go? It seems like we just gave this award to Baltimore’s KAL Kallaugher… oh wait, we...


All the interviews that are fit to print | Post

January 31, 2020- While the newspaper industry continues to flee in terror from, umm, editorial cartoons, there is no shortage of media outlets that want to interview cartoonists. Here are all the links and articles that appeared online in January. First up WJTV on the prolific Marshall Ramsey: https://www.wjtv.com/news/focused-on-mississippi-marshall-ramsey-he-draws-his-own-conclusions/   Next, Cap Radio talks...


Ann Telnaes Live! See her brave shouting, sputtering pols! | Post

December 4, 2019- As she has since the beginning of @realDonaldTrump’s Impeachment, @AnnTelnaes has been live cartooning the hearings. Check out today’s excellent catch: https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2019/12/04/sketches-house-judiciary-committees-first-impeachment-hearing/#click=https://t.co/8lDbNvgXN1...


KAL is the winner of the 2019 Babin Award for local editorial cartooning; Nate Beeler named finalist | Post

September 29, 2019- COLUMBUS, OHIO — Baltimore-based cartoonist Kevin “KAL” Kallaugher is the 2019 recipient of the “Rex Babin Memorial Award for Excellence in Local Cartooning.” The panel of judges also decided to name a finalist for the Babin Award for the first time, choosing Columbus cartoonist Nate Beeler. The prize was announced...


The unstoppable Ed Hall | Post

October 17, 2019- Editorial cartoonist Ed Hall is back in the news again, as is his cancer. The prolific artist talks to Folio about his latest exhibit of cartoons, Trump’s threat to journalism, and how “the big C” has focused him on his work with scaple sharpness: http://folioweekly.com/stories/the-indomitable-ed-hall,21908?category_id=371&sub_type=stories,packages...


Dennis Draughon wins EPPY Award | Post

October 30, 2019- via Capitol Broadcasting Company. Dennis Draughon, Capitol Broadcasting Company’s editorial cartoonist, has been recognized for the best editorial/political cartoons by Editor & Publisher magazine’s24th annual EPPY Awards. The annual competition honors the best work on digital media websites. Draughon, 58, has been drawing editorial cartoons for Capitol Broadcasting since February...


Two takes on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, from both ends of the spectrum | Post

June 18, 2018- Two more views of  Rob Rogers’ termination—the first from a rightwing columnist who thinks the media is over-reacting and the outrage is fake: https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/06/no_the_firing_of_the_pittsburgh_postgazette_cartoonist_is_not_a_threat_to_free_speech.html A few things to mention: The writer used to work as an editorial page editor for the Investor’s Business Daily who, it should be noted, canned conservative...


Joel Pett interviews Rob Rogers for Cartoonists Rights Network | Post

June 18, 2018- JOEL PETT INTERVIEWS THE PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE’S ROB ROGERS AND ASKS WHY HE OBJECTS TO HAVING HIS CARTOONS “PRE-FILTERED THROUGH THE SENSIBILITIES OF HUMORLESS CORPORATE LICKSPITTLES WHOSE LIVINGS DEPEND ON NOT ROCKING THE BOAT…OR THE SHIP OF STATE.” JUNE 17, 2018 — from the CRNI website A cartoonist is jailed. Another...


Rob Rogers celebrates his new independence with a piece in the Nib. | Post

July 4, 2018- Political cartoonist and newly-liberated freelancer Rob Rogers celebrated his independence from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette with a long-form comic on The Nib. The piece details his recent firing in graphic detail. https://thenib.com/i-was-fired-for-criticizing-trump. Meanwhile, over at the Washington Post, Michael Cavna interviews Rob and Nib founder Matt Bors about the comic. Good stuff!...


Two profiles for Tuesday | Post

May 29, 2018- Usually it's a bad thing when people get profiled, but not today. Here's a look at Lalo Alcaraz by the Southwestern College Sun after his visit to the campus: http://www.theswcsun.com/cartoonist-lalo-alcaraz-turns-racist-hate-to-smiles/ And here's a fun bit on editorial cartoonist and friend of the AAEC Vishavjit Singh aka @sikhtoons aka Sikh Captain America....


A Statement from the AAEC Board on Rob Rogers and the Post-Gazette | Post

June 4, 2018- The longtime cartoonist for The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has gone missing. Actually, we know exactly where Rob Rogers is—at his desk creating the excellent award-winning editorial cartoons he is famous for. But it’s those cartoons that have been missing for over a week from the Post-Gazette editorial pages, though we know...


Rob Rogers roundup | Post

June 11, 2018- Rob Rogers' story went national last week, with interviews by CNN's Jake Tapper and coverage in the Washington Post. Here's the roundup ICYMI CNN  CBS Washington Post Comic Riffs In fact, all the Pennsylvania papers have been weighing in on Rob Roger's battle to keep his job: Philadelphia Inquirer  The Patriot-News ...


Sunday reading | Post

July 8, 2018- Sometime you just gotta take a break from politics — especially if you're a political cartoonist. So kick back and enjoy this wide-ranging interview with award-winning political cartoonist Jack Ohman about his one true love — fly fishing. A river runs through it starting here.  Then head over to The New...


Rob Rogers’ cartoons pop-up in a show — across the street from the White House | Post

July 11, 2018- The Corcoran School of the Arts and Design is launching a pop-up show of cartoons by Rob Rogers this summer. Conveniently located across from the White House, the Trump-centric exhibit showcases all the cartoons killed by Rogers' former employer, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Co-sponsored by the AAEC, Spiked: The Unpublished Political Cartoons...


Start making your plans for the 2018 AAEC Convention! | Post

April 11, 2018- The website the 2018 Association of American Editorial Cartoonist confab is now online, including registration information and a link to the hotel to make your room reservations.  Click here for details: http://aaeccartoonists.org/   AAEC 2018 Annual Convention September 20-23, 2018 Sacramento, California Hosted by Jack Ohman, The Sacramento Bee and...


Clay Bennett talks First Amendment, anger and frustration | Post

April 14, 2018- Pulitzer-Prize winner Clay Bennett returned to his alma mater to talk First Amendment and the peculiar business of being a political cartoonist. The Times Daily covers the highlights of Bennett's talk at UNA:  http://www.timesdaily.com/news/local/bennett-first-amendment-needs-appreciation/article_6d90b20b-ce80-54cf-bf73-df1248f85ae2.html...


Sunday reading #1: Necessary reinvention | Post

April 15, 2018- Reading for your Sunday afternoon #1: Cartoonist Kevin Necessary reinvents himself as a comics journalist, helping to illustrate stories that can't necessarily be photographed. Poynter talks to the artist about his process and his work for a TV news station.   https://www.poynter.org/news/local-tv-station-hired-cartoonist-tell-stories-are-tough-photograph  ...


Sunday reading #2: Marshall Ramsey on his father’s support | Post

April 15, 2018- Reading for your Sunday afternoon #2: "My dad came up to me afterward and said, 'You're the first person I've ever known who knew what they wanted to do at eight-years-old—and did it.' I'll never forget that moment." —Cartoonist Marshall Ramsey remembers a father's support.   https://www.clarionledger.com/story/opinion/2018/04/12/fathers-gift-what-dad-gave-me-when-began-chasing-my-dream/508140002/  ...


This year’s Pulitzer Pick causes an existential crisis — for the Pulitzers | Post

April 19, 2018- The Washington Post's Comics Riffs weighs in on the aftermath of this year's Pulitzer Prize announcement, and talks to a number of cartoonists about the controversial pick for winner. While many were glad to see the venerable award catch up to the rest of the industry and recognize comics journalism,...


On obit cartoons & obstructions | Post

April 20, 2018- Michael Peterson delivers another thoughtful look at editorial cartooning in the time of Trump, focusing on the love/hate relationship cartoonists have with the obligatory obituary cartoon. Peterson also announces he'll be reporting from this weekend's "The State of Satire" symposium in Minneapolis. Check back here for updates http://www.weeklystorybook.com/comic_strip_of_the_daycom/2018/04/pearls-metaphorical-and-otherwise.html...


The State of Our Satirical Union — Day 1 | Post

April 22, 2018- This weekend, cartoonists, humorists, legal scholars and historians gathered to discuss the State of Satire in America 30 years after the landmark Supreme Court case Hustler v Falwell. Mike Peterson has complete coverage of the 2 day event, starting here: http://www.weeklystorybook.com/comic_strip_of_the_daycom/2018/04/satire-conference-opening-night.html...


When an obit cartoon transcends the form | Post

April 22, 2018-  The obit cartoon is not held in high regard by many, including many cartoonists. Often treacly, overtly sentimental, and frequently mocked, they are just as quickly forgotten. Then there's this cartoon by Marshall Ramsey — which quickly went viral after being shared by the Bush family — and touched millions.https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/nation-now/2018/04/19/barbara-bush-cartoon-marshall-ramsey-column/532844002/...


“Here’s why 2018 is a huge moment in the history of political cartoons.” | Post

May 10, 2018- The Washington Post's Michael Cavna makes the case in Comic Riffs.    FOR MUCH of the history of American editorial cartooning, the standard format has held strong: a bold, single image carrying the entire metaphoric weight of the opinion being expressed. Major mainstream contests have reflected that primacy, including the...


A deep dive into The State of Our Satirical Union | Post

April 23, 2018- Mike Csotd Peterson continues his deep dive into the panels & topics of The State of Our Satirical Union, held this past weekend in Minneapolis. Using the 30th Anniversary of Hustler v Falwell as a launch pad, the symposium tackled new attacks on satire and the First Amendment.  http://www.weeklystorybook.com/comic_strip_of_the_daycom/...


Lalo on Coco, diversity & appropriation | Post

April 24, 2018- Cartoonist and recent Academy Award winner Lalo Alcaraz held court over the weekend at SD Comic Fest '18 to discuss his political cartoons in the time of Trump, and his efforts to keep Pixar's Coco as authentic as possible. http://www.comicsbeat.com/sd-comic-fest-18-cartoonist-lalo-alcaraz-on-how-he-didnt-want-disneys-coco-to-be-the-aladdin-of-mexicans-and-more/   Lalo also sat in on a panel at the Comic...


On Banksy and cartoonists and memes | Post

October 10, 2018- The Washington Post looks at how Banksy's self-shredding art blew up into a world-wide meme over the weekend. Michael Cavna talks to political artist JP Trostle [full disclosure: that's me] about why "Girl with a Balloon" became an instant trope for cartoonists and the internet. https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2018/10/09/banksys-stunt-has-become-meme-everything-people-think-has-been-shredded-like-constitution/?utm_term=.f862afdd4359    ...


Rall vs LA Times: Update | Post

January 21, 2019- Last week, cartoonist Ted Rall vows to take his fight against the LA Times to the (state) Supreme Court after an Appeals court hands him a setback: https://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-ted-rall-latimes-defamation-case-20190117-story.html Rall is having to battle a two-pronged attack from the until-recently TRONC owned paper. The media giant hit the freelancer with an...


Cartoonist Pat Bagley lambasts Gannett for short-sighted and cruel staff cut  | Post

January 24, 2019- by Pat Bagley, Immediate Past President of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists   Bullet, meet metatarsal.  The Gannett newspaper chain just shot itself in the foot. Steve Benson, a 37-year veteran of The Arizona Republic and winner of the Pulitzer Prize for cartooning, was let go yesterday. He was...


A curious artifact from cartooning’s past | Post

January 28, 2019- For several decades before television was ubiquitous, politicians in some parts of the country would often hire their supposed nemesis—editorial cartoonists—to draw them in paid political ads in the local newspaper A new article takes a look back at the forgotten practice: https://news.uark.edu/articles/45925/historical-quarterly-article-examines-lost-practice-of-paid-cartoon-advertising-in-arkansas-politics  ...


After the layoffs, part II: Co-workers & local media recall cartoonist Charlie Daniel | Post

January 28, 2019- In the wake of sudden staff cuts at several Gannett papers last week, friends and co-workers of Charlie Daniel explained in no uncertain terms why he will be missed. (1) His long-time daily paper, the News Sentinel, takes a brief look back at Daniel's 60-year career. In March, the News...


Epling on display | Post

January 31, 2019- At a time when newspaper chains are idiotically cutting their popular staff cartoonists (yeah @Gannett, we're looking at you ya dummy), smaller papers still know the draw of having their own cartoonist—like Christopher Epling at the Appalachian News-Express in Kentucky. Epling has an exhibit of his artwork up this month....


 
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