Prizewinning Political Cartoons

This fascinating collection features the winners and finalists for ten major editorial cartooning awards for that year.

Author: Dean P. Turnbloom

Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN: 9781589808881

Category: Humor

Page: 96

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Worldwide and national events generated a fountain of political commentary in 2010 from editorial cartoonists in North America. This fascinating collection features the winners and finalists for ten major editorial cartooning awards for that year. The Pulitzer, Fischetti, National Headliner, Berryman, and many more awards contests are included here, with information about those organizations, biographies and photos of the winning cartoonists, and a sampling of their outstanding cartoons.

Political Caricatures on Global Issues

That was five years after the establishment of the other Pulitzer Prizes. This book analyzes and documents the fascinating history of the cartoon awards up to 2012.

Author: Heinz-Dietrich Fischer

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN: 3643902220

Category: Social Science

Page: 208

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A latecomer within the prestigious award system, the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning began in 1922. That was five years after the establishment of the other Pulitzer Prizes. This book analyzes and documents the fascinating history of the cartoon awards up to 2012. The annual juror selection processes are explained on the basis of the jury reports. Each award winner is portrayed in a biographical sketch together with a reprint of one of his cartoons. (Series: Pulitzer Prize Panorama - Vol. 4)

Jim Morin s World

This book of best cartoons by Jim Morin is both funny and poignant. It is a nostalgic journey through the last forty years of the comedy and reality of our world.

Author: Jim Morin

Publisher: Mango Media Inc.

ISBN: 1633535061

Category: Humor

Page: 272

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The best editorial cartoons from the Miami Herald’s Jim Morin, “one of the great under-appreciated cartoonists of the last quarter century” (The Comics Reporter). Political cartoonists distill opinions about power and culture into art and commentary with the sharp points of their pens Most recently, during and after Election 2016, the remarkable artist’s pen of Jim Morin has produced a steady stream of Donald Trump cartoons that have both delighted and infuriated followers, depending upon their side of the Donald Trump divide. This book of best cartoons by Jim Morin is both funny and poignant. It is a nostalgic journey through the last forty years of the comedy and reality of our world. Upon awarding the prestigious Herblock Prize to Jim Morin in 2007, Harry Katz, the Herb Block Foundation curator, praised this two-time Pulitzer Prize winner for his “impressive, unrelenting barrage of cartoons and caricatures displaying artistry, courage and conviction.” Morin should also be praised for his wit and timely wry sense of humor, which has been a staple of the Miami Herald since 1978. Jim Morin’s World: 40 Years of Social Commentary From A Two-Time Pulitzer Prize–Winning Cartoonist is a collection of some of the best cartoons by this gifted artist and commentator on our times. “We’re lucky to have one of the very best, waiting with pen in hand to carve up the phonies, blowhards, crooks and hypocrites who make headlines. They might not want to end up in a Jim Morin cartoon, but they will.” —Carl Hiaasen, from the foreword

Fooling Most of the People All of the Time

A selection of social commentary cartoons, political cartoons and iconic portraits by two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, Paul Szep

Author: Paul Szep

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781548221904

Category: American wit and humor, Pictorial

Page: 176

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A selection of social commentary cartoons, political cartoons and iconic portraits by two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, Paul Szep

Cartoonist Profiles

I studied there with the Pulitzer - Prize winning Vaughn Shoemaker , who taught
political cartooning and with Don Ulsh , who had been selling magazine gags
that I'd seen for years , and who later produced a longrunning newsletter about
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National Journal

Since the age of 12 , Wood had busily been collecting political and comic cartoon
art with the dream of a national ... It includes originals by all of the Pulitzer prize -
winning political cartoonists going back to 1917 , as well as a roomful of ...

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My Kind of toon Chicago is

This is a collection of editorial and political cartoons focused on the highs and lows of the Chicago and Illinois politics that produced both the first African American president and a string of corrupt gubernatorial administrations.

Author: Jack Higgins

Publisher: Northwestern University Press

ISBN: 0810126451

Category: Humor

Page: 288

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An institution at the Chicago Sun-Times, his home paper for more than twenty–five years, Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Jack Higgins gathers for the first time in My Kind of ’Toon (Chicago Is) approximately 250 editorial and political cartoons. Over the years, he has filed syndicated cartoons from the Soviet Union, Hungary, Ireland, and Cuba. From his front-row seat he has lately focused on the highs and lows of the Chicago and Illinois politics that produced both the first African American president and a string of corrupt gubernatorial administrations.

Washington History

90 Clifford K . Berryman ( above ) created prize - winning political cartoons for the
Evening Star from 1907 until his death in 1949 . He originated the " teddy bear , "
named for then - President Theodore Roosevelt ( right ) . Over time the bear ...

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Drawing Fire The Editorial Cartoons of Bill Mauldin

Now, for the first time, his entire career is explored in this illustrated single volume, featuring selections from Chicago's Pritzker Military Museum & Library.Edited by Mauldin's biographer, Todd DePastino, and featuring 150 images, ...

Author: Todd Depastino

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ISBN: 9780998968940

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 224

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The first career-spanning volume of the work of two-time Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist Bill Mauldin, featuring comic art from World War II, Korea, Vietnam and Operation Desert Storm, along with a half-century of graphic commentary on civil rights, free speech, the Cold War, and other issues. Army sergeant William Henry "Bill" Mauldin shot to fame during World War II with his grim and gritty "Willie & Joe" cartoons, which gave readers of Stars & Stripes and hundreds of home-front newspapers a glimpse of the war from the foxholes of Europe. Lesser known are Mauldin's second and even third acts as one of America's premier political cartoonists from the last half of the twentieth century, when he traveled to Korea and Vietnam; Israel and Saudi Arabia; Oxford, Mississippi, and Washington, D.C.; covering war and peace, civil rights and the Great Society, Nixon and the Middle East. He especially kept close track of American military power, its use and abuse, and the men and women who served in uniform. Now, for the first time, his entire career is explored in this illustrated single volume, featuring selections from Chicago's Pritzker Military Museum & Library.Edited by Mauldin's biographer, Todd DePastino, and featuring 150 images, Drawing Fire: The Editorial Cartoons of Bill Mauldin includes illuminating essays exploring all facets of Mauldin's career by Tom Brokaw, Cord A. Scott, G. Kurt Piehler, and Christina Knopf.

Television Cartoon Shows The shows M Z

Pulitzer Prize - winning political cartoonist Mike Peters decided in the mid - 1980s
to follow the lead of fellow editorial artist Jeff MacNelly , who had increased his
newspaper saturation and his bank account with a daily comic strip , Shoe .

Author: Hal Erickson

Publisher: McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub

ISBN: 9780786422562

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 1038

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"This reference to TV cartoon shows covers some 75 years. In the ten-year period from 1993 through 2003, nearly 450 new cartoon series have premiered in the U.S"--Provided by publisher.

The Comics Journal

Throughout his career , his political cartoons were colored by a strong anti -
authoritarian point of view . ... the Pulitizer Prize - winning syndicated cartoonist ,
parted ways with Tribune Media Services after expressing dismay at the
syndicate's ...

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Library of Congress Information Bulletin

Born in Chicago on Oct. 13 , 1909 , Herbert Lawrence Block was a
groundbreaking , Pulitzer Prize - winning cartoonist . ... astute political
commentator and his work to create “ HERBLOCK : The Life and Works of the
Great Political Cartoonist .

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Library Journal

Wright On !: a Collection of Political Cartoons . 160p . illus . S. & S. 1971. $ 5.95 .
ISBN 0-67120906 - X . LC 74-146640 . POL SCI / HUMOR Wright , Pulitzer Prize
winning political cartoonist of the Miami News , has obviously learned a great ...

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Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.

Problems of Democracy

Prize - winning political cartoons provide interesting discussion matter .
Hinderaker , Ivan . Party Politics . New York : Holt , Rinehart and Winston , 1956.
Presents the background and organization of political parties and includes some
lively ...

Author: Edna McCaull Bohlman

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Category: Civics

Page: 439

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Syndicate Directory

Likewise , the dean of editorial cartoonists , PAT OLIPHANT , anchored what
eventually became a stable of Pulitzer Prize - winning political cartoonists . The
addition of this fine , incisive talent gave our comic art offerings a balance that we
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Red Lines

This engaging account makes it clear that cartoon censorship doesn't just matter to cartoonists and their fans. When the red lines are misapplied, all citizens are potential victims.

Author: Cherian George

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 0262366916

Category: Political Science

Page: 440

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A lively graphic narrative reports on censorship of political cartoons around the world, featuring interviews with censored cartoonists from Pittsburgh to Beijing. Why do the powerful feel so threatened by political cartoons? Cartoons don't tell secrets or move markets. Yet, as Cherian George and Sonny Liew show us in Red Lines, cartoonists have been harassed, trolled, sued, fired, jailed, attacked, and assassinated for their insolence. The robustness of political cartooning--one of the most elemental forms of political speech--says something about the health of democracy. In a lively graphic narrative--drawn by Liew, himself a prize-winning cartoonist--Red Lines crisscrosses the globe to feel the pulse of a vocation under attack. A Syrian cartoonist insults the president and has his hands broken by goons. An Indian cartoonist stands up to misogyny and receives rape threats. An Israeli artist finds his antiracist works censored by social media algorithms. And the New York Times, caught in the crossfire of the culture wars, decides to stop publishing editorial cartoons completely. Red Lines studies thin-skinned tyrants, the invisible hand of market censorship, and demands in the name of social justice to rein in the right to offend. It includes interviews with more than sixty cartoonists and insights from art historians, legal scholars, and political scientists--all presented in graphic form. This engaging account makes it clear that cartoon censorship doesn't just matter to cartoonists and their fans. When the red lines are misapplied, all citizens are potential victims.

An American Crusade for Wildlife

By profession he was a newspaperman , originally a reporter but more recently a
Pulitzer Prize winning political cartoonist who , when occasion demanded , could
draw with a barbed pen in acid ink . Moreover , although he was a close friend ...

Author: James B. Trefethen

Publisher: New Win Publishing

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Category: Wildlife conservation

Page: 409

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A Boone and Crocket Club book.

Cartoons and Comics in the Classroom

The political cartoon offers the potential for the instructor to illustrate a lecture ,
promote student interaction and discussion ... of the political caricature in
American history ; also included is a treatment of the Pulitzer Prize - winning
cartoons .

Author: James L. Thomas

Publisher: Libraries Unlimited

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Category: Comic books, strips, etc., in education

Page: 181

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The Bulletin

... some parts are WIT AND WISDOM : Bruce Petty ' s prize - winning political
cartoon riddled with ravines - one trough appears deeper than cheerful result , it
still lagged VANITY the Grand Canyon . For behind poorer Third World
researchers ...

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Choice

... by one of the preeminent writers of the Caribbean and Africa , explores the
human dimension of politics and history . ... of our history are revealed through
the perceptive and candid eyes of Pulitzer Prize - winning political cartoonists
Auth ...

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