I just spent a half hour reading The Washington Post Magazine’s article on Garry Trudeau called Doonesbury’s War.Â In the hectic Monday morning before rushing to work, nothing gets that much attention from me, but this article is well worth my time. I hope you’ll take some time to read it.Â As private as Garry is, (and the article will tell you why), I don’t think we’ll see another extended glimpse into his life until he passes away decades from now.
Pat Bagley, editorial cartoonist for the Salt Lake Tribune, has written a third Clueless George book, this one entitled “Clueless George Takes on Liberals!“Â His other two books, “Clueless George Goes to War“ and “Clueless George Is Watching You!“ are available on Amazon.com.
Dallas Morning News columnist Mike Peters as a write up about Reed Hover – a texan who has submitted sent in hundreds of ideas to Pluggers, the panel first created by Jeff MacNelly, now drawn by Gary Brookins.Â Gary says he get’s a lot of submissions from Texas as well as a guy named Brad from South Carolina. Over-all he gets a hundred ideas via mail and hundreds more via email.
John Rose, editorial cartoonist for the Daily News Record and artist for the comic Barney Google and Snuffy Smith will be on hand at the Tidewater Community College to lecture and sit on a panel regarding political cartons and first amendment freedoms.Â The event is this Wednesday.Â He’ll also be signing books.
Julie Larson, creator of Dinette Set, has a new Sunday collection book out entitled ‘Sunday Best’ and will be out doing signings.Â If you’re in the Illinois area, go see her at the Peoria Main Library on the 26th of October and in Charleson Cargegie Library on the 5th of November. Visit her web site for times.Â