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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...


Cartoonist Pedro X. Molina would like to remind Americans what migrants are running from | Post

June 25, 2018-      According to its bylaws, the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists represents political cartoonists from the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Over the years, though, we have had a few members from Cuba and Central America who worked for North American publications and syndicates. One such is Nicaraguan cartoonist Pedro...


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...


2011 Awards | Post

June 29, 2011- The Pulitzer   MIKE KEEFE of the Denver Post has won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning, it was announced at Columbia University on April 18th.   It is the first Pulitzer win for Keefe, whose previous honors include the Berryman Award, the National Headliners Award and the Fischetti...


 
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