Christian Science Monitor narrows Bennett replacement to 12

The Christian Science Monitor is planning to fill the editorial cartoonist position vacated by Clay Bennett who left for the Chattanooga Times Free Press earlier this month. The Monitor’s chief editorial writer and editor Clayton Jones told E&P’s Dave Astor that they’ve narrowed their search to about a dozen candidates. Jones says he doesn’t know when they’ll make their final decision, but they hope to have an in-house cartoonist, but may go with a exclusive regular contributor. Animations are also a possible requirement for the cartoonist.

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  1. I would like to apply for the above position of a cartoonist. At present Iâ??m working for a Zulu Daily Newspaper & English Weekly newspaper as a full time cartoonist in South Africa. I have a 3 years Diploma in Intergated Multi-Media (Graphic Design). I would like to expand my knowledge in cartooning. I have work for diffent newspapers & magazines for past 8 years. I am 29 years old black South African.
    I am looking forward to hear from you about this position.

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