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I occasionally get asked about submitting work to magazines – the process, the prospects, and the pay. I don’t claim to be an expert, but I’ve got some experience that I can share. First, the process. As an exercise in … Continue reading
First Cartoon Sold To Harvard Business Review!
I’m enormously grateful to report that I’ve just sold my first cartoon to Harvard Business Review – a VERY exciting moment for a professional cartoonist. They’re a tough market to crack, but we managed to get it done!
I’ve created a seperate page on my website for the business cartoons I’ve been creating recently. I intend to add more frequently, so check back often! Hope you like. Bill’s Business Cartoon Page
I’ve always loved the work of magazine cartoonists and thought of them as among the most talented in the business. From time to time I get back into creating work for magazine markets, particularly business cartoons, and submit them. Publications … Continue reading
Finding Humor In The Economic Challenges
As the economy continues to stagnate, the American people who are among the most resilient and stalwart in the face of any challenge, retain out sense of humor. In honor of that, I thought I’d include a little here. Hope … Continue reading