The golden ticket

I got my copy of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists’ “Golden Notebook” in the mail today. It’s the 50th anniversary of the organization’s newsletter, and if you have any interest in the world of editorial cartooning, you need to find a way to get your hands on it. Editor & Publisher claims the book […]

The slippery truth

Last week, a story was making the rounds about a column written about suburban Chicago newspaper running television ads boasting of the awards won by a cartoonist it had fired months before. On the surface, it seems pretty slimy, and it seems pretty juicy. No surprise it picked up steam. Criticizing the heartless newspaper companies […]

Roll out

No disrespect to anyone else, but one of the coolest wedding presents we got came from our friends Van and Amy Jensen. Van and I used to work together at the Daily Nebraskan, and he has since moved on to the Arkansas Democrat Gazette as I have moved along to my freelance cartooning career. Well, […]

Removing the invisibility cloak

I just received this e-mail in response to this cartoon: Hi, Neal. The Mayor’s office got a big chuckle out of Sunday’s cartoon! However, it inaccurately stated the Mayor’s position on the issue of Harry Potter. To set the record straight, Mayor Beutler will be making a generous personal donation to Lincoln City Libraries at […]