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Liz Mayorga is a cartoonist from Southeast Los Angeles. She grew up watching old, Black and White, Mexican films and selling burritos with her family. The films were her inspiration. The tacos and burritos paid for her college. She use to work with teenagers, and they taught her what it means to be brave. Their energy and fearlessness inspired her to write and draw for herself, but she ends up creating for them too.
Join host Wes Blackman as he welcomes David Willson to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. David is an editorial cartoonist. For the past 20 or so years, David has been just that for the Palm Beach Daily News (The Shiny Sheet), along with other pursuits. He has a rich background in illustration. Check out his website where he is selling his new book Billionaires and Butterfly Ballots.
Seattle's Entertainment Eve's Tuesday nights show to include special guest stars, writer, director, producer, Ralph Fontaine and actor, executive producer. Glyniss Mitchell of the Causality Web Series. Cartoonist and comic book creator, Bashar Sawalha and Italian Actor, Simone Leorin. Plus much much more.
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Wow, how exciting is it have 3 top tier, top notch guest on "the conversation" hosted by Klarque Garrison this Wed. night!!! Here's our line-up: Jerry Craft: Mr. Craft is a renowned syndicated cartoonist & children's author and illustrator! He's here to talk about his love for our Youth and how he expresses that through his work. Alexis Michelle: Alexis is a motivational speaker and CEO of "Loving Me Again, Inc.". She's empowering women teaching them the
It’s comedy central on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds, Wednesday, October 16, 3 pm ET when Halli’s guests will be Pulitzer-Prize winning humorist Dave Barry; bestselling author, playwright and screenwriter of that favorite romantic comedy, You’ve Got Mail, Delia Ephron, and cartoonist Ben Katchor best known for his comic strip Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer.
Dave Barry is a Pulitzer Prize-winning American author and columnis. He has also written numerous books of humor and parody, as well as comedic novels. His latest book, Hard Listening: The Greatest Rock Band Ever (of Authors) Tells All is a collaboration with his fellow Rock Bottom Remainders, the band that included fellow authors Stephen King, Amy Tan, Scott Turow, Mitch Albom, among others.
Delia Ephron is a bestselling author and screenwriter. H Her journalism has appeared in the New York Times, O: The Oprah Magazine, Vogue, The Huffington Post. In Sister Mother Husband Dog, her new book of essays, Ephron showcases her trademark wit and effervescent prose.
Brooklyn born Ben Katchor is the American cartoonist best known for his comic strip Julius Knipl, Real Estate Photographer. Katchor was described by author Michael Chabon as "the creator of the last great American comic strip."
Today, we're in for some fun! Karen with Autism Empowerment Radio is interviewing popular Aspie cartoonist, Matt Friedman, creator of the cartoon series, blog and book, Dude, I'm An Aspie. Matt was looking for a clear and fun way to explain his Asperger's traits to others so back in 2009 he created, Dude I'm An Aspie as a way to help friends and family understand where he was coming from. His cartoons are funny and relatable. His humor speaks well to those with and without Aspe
Jay Barbieri, Producer of Speed TV's "American Thunder" and ESPN2's "Chopper Nation," knows what it takes to become part of the motorcycle culture. In fact, he's written a book about it: Biker's Handbook featuring hilarious illustrations by popular cartoonist Don "Thunder" Baggett and an introduction by Michele Smith, host of "American Thunder."
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Bill Day's award-winning cartoons are syndicated in more than 900 newspapers worldwide four times a week through CagleCartoons.com. Day began as a political cartoonist while studying political science and art at the University of Florida. Bill has won numerous awards including two Robert F. Kennedy Awards, The National Headliner Award and The National Press Foundation's Award of Merit. A recurring subject in Day's cartoons is gun control. He has drawn many cartoons advocating the need for more gun control and criticizing the role the NRA has in the gun debate. On September 18, 2013, Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.) tweeted one of Day's anti-NRA cartoons, which featured a gun with the words “NRA” along with the U.S. Capital and Washington Monument attached to it. The cartoon and tweets drew an angry response from the right, including Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, who called the tweets "despicable" and said Cohen was trying to "exploit the mass murder for political reasons. “Bill Day is one of the great cartoonists, and is one of my friends and constituents. He’s been doing a series on gun violence and how it’s affected America," Cohen said on msnbc. “I wanted to get Bill Day’s cartoon out there in the marketplace of ideas, and I think there definitely is a connection between the NRA and the continuing gun culture that we have.”
From Queens, NY in December 2011, Cartoonist and Creator, Richard Sirgiovanni, announces the launch and partnership in search of what he considers to be the next Big Thing in the music business and children’s television! Also a musician, Sirgiovanni decided to create something new by combining his two passions, which was Rock n Roll and cartooning, and created The Grimps! By night they’re 4 cool, charming, irrepressible musicians on the verge of stardom. By day, they’re hairy, scary and tiny. They lived 500 years ago, cursed by the evil Spectar because he was jealous of their music and celebrity.So he cursed and turned them into ugly little grimps, to be banished from society for eternity. Until 500 years later their friend and wizard, Magic Alex found a temporary spell to change them back to humans, but from only sunset to sunrise. The Grimps in some way is his tribute to his hero’s in music and had fun by writing subtle references to the history of rock n roll in the stories and names given for the characters. To go a step further, Sirgiovanni hopes to have many musical pop icons and contemporary celebrities as voiceovers of the characters for the show. Some that have already shown interest are: Peter Noone, Keith Emerson, Mickey Dolenz, Todd Rudgren, and Eric Burdon. In addition to the show, Sirgiovanni intends on producing original rock n roll music to be presented to the public as The Grimps. Working with Mr. Sirgiovanni on the music is Ron Alexenburg, former President of Epic & CBS Records. He’s responsible for launching acts such as, Michael Jackson, Meatloaf, Boston and The Black Eyed Peas. The Grimps theme song called “We’re The Grimps”, was written and recorded by Ron Dante & Freddie Cannon. For more information and to view the trailer, visit www.thegrimps.com
Mike Dubisch, Wade Zahares, and Carolyn Watson Dubisch talk with artists, sculptors, photographers and other members of the art world. Our first guest will be Fulton Beal, a cartoonist and illustrator from the great north state of Maine.From those early days when he first grasped a crayon and scribbled all over the walls of his parent’s house, Fulton hasn’t stopped drawing. Although he participated in schooling at one of the state universities for a couple of years, he is mostly self-taught, having studied classic comic strips and cartoons at any spare moment he could grasp. Wild and whimsical, weird and wacky, his work strives to give a smile or chuckle to the face of every viewer, and hopefully yours as well. Next on the show is artist Russ Ritell. Russ Ritell is a New York native and agraduate from the School of Visual arts in Manhattan. He has been working in traditional and digital media for more than 20 years. For the last 12 years he's been employed as a designer/animator, but he's also expanded his artistic range through fine art and conceptual projects. He created a large multi-media installation call "The Media Church" about TV and the news affecting social values, and has shown work centered on the BP oil spill and the economic depression. His upcoming exhibit is called "Wild in The Streets" and opens Oct.12th at the Bau Gallery in Beacon, NY. Our final guest will be artist Michael L Peters. Michael L. Peters has drawn Comics for such publishers as Heavy Metal Magazine, Desperado, Caliber, Image, and CFD. He creates and sells Prints mostly on mythological and fantasy themes, in pen & ink, watercolor and/or acrylics. A few years ago, he was hired by Ferris State University to create a series of pen & ink portraits of their former presidents. He teaches drawing and illustration in Grand Rapids Michigan. Join us for great conversations in art!
Award winning writer, cartoonist and voice actor Dave Shelton visits Carla B.'s E! Buzz to discuss his new book, "Brain Explosion: A Collection of Thoughts, Verbiage, Assorted Quotables and Profundities."
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