1980's

National Business Employment Weekly, May 24, 1987







The National Law Journal, July 17, 1989


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Of course, Sonny Bono was still alive when this was printed in 1989, but I'm sure their marital problems were public knowledge; if not, this gag would not have made sense.






Advertising Age, February 11,1980


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CAPTION: "Actually, this is just a sideline with me -- my major emphasis is in tv and direct mail."






Medical Economics, August 24, 1981







Medical Economics, July 6, 1981


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My first published cartoon in Medical Economics -- still buying from me after 25 years.






The National Law Journal, July 18, 1988


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This is the first cartoon I sold to The National Law Journal. They publish one cartoon in each weekly issue, and they've used more than fifty of mine to date.






Stock Market, October 1983


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CAPTION: "No, you're not being replaced by a computer, Hoskins . . . you're being replaced by an electric paper shredder."






Stock Market, December 1980


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CAPTION: "Our bellies are up 12 1/2 cents."

Stock Market was publishing quite a few of my cartoons at one time. In fact, for a while I even had a featured by-line, under the title "The Bottom Line". The magazine folded, and that was the end of that.






Saturday Review, October 1981


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Never could figure out why The Saturday Review (of Literature) bought this "blind umpire" sports cartoon, but was very glad that they did.






National Business Employment Weekly, December 25, 1988


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Note the date of publication -- Christmas Day, 1988. The quote, of course, is from "A Visit From Saint Nicholas". Because of its literary merit, I was hoping to sell this gag to the New Yorker, but many months before Christmas, I casually included it in a batch to NBEW -- and to my dismay the editor snapped it up. So Cartoonist/Editor Lee Lorenz at The New Yorker never had a crack at it. My advice to cartoonists: don't send it out if you don't want it sold!






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