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This Monday I will interview my favorite politically incorrect cartoonist/satirest Antonio F. Branco and friend on "American By Design". Please dont miss this show as we will talk about how he pens his cartoons and the inspiration behind the man!
Branco describes himself as “somewhere between the Far Side and the right side of every issue.” He sits at his desk daily crafting comically and politically-incorrect cartoons that say with humorous satire what conservatives really think, but lack the opportunity to say to a broad audience. After years of listening to the squeaky wheel of the left advancing the cause of radicalism, Branco decided to use the power of his bully palette to advance the conservative movement. Conservatives worldwide can be glad he did. According to Branco, “The art and humor of political cartoons has since the dawn of the Republic been a way to sway those who might not otherwise be persuaded.”
“Branco is a surgeon and his pen is his scalpel, an instrument he wields with laser-like precision in cutting through the philosophical morass of liberal orthodoxy.”
First there was Franklin. Then there was Nast. Now there is Branco. A.F. Branco is the latest rising star in a long line of political cartoonists, and his work already surpasses some of the giants in the business. I encourage readers to enjoy his creative and humorous satire and to spread the word that Branco. At long last we have a conservative political cartoonist whose sharp mind, able pen, and incisive wit counteract the destructive falsehoods, distortions, and manipulation of the left-leaning mainstream media. Branco is a surgeon and his pen is his scalpel, an instrument he wields with laser-like precision in cutting through the philosophical morass of liberal orthodoxy.
Last week, I wished successful husband-wife comic book artist team Raina Telgemeier and Dave Roman a belated Happy Birthday and profiled them. Today I'll look at their books and more with cartoonist Dave Roman, who is calling in my show, and is always a great interview subject! Tune in for a great, entertaining, and knowledgeable conversation with New York Times bestselling graphic novelist Dave Roman. Enjoy!
Auction Report's radio program features news updates from around the sports card and memorabilia auction industry along with special guest interviews from some of the top experts and companies in sports cards, memorabilia and autograph business.
On this radio show, Ryan Friedman of Auction Report will chat with special quest Rich Albersheim of Albersheims.
My last show will be on the beauty, joy, wonder, and memories that can be found within the pages of a book. Pemberly Enterprises started a Give A Book/Read A Book campaign, please join us.
I will be joined by Cyrus Webb the famous radio show host, founder of Conversations Radio, Magazine, and founding member of his own book club, Phillip Dana Yeh, and Doreen Cox.
Phil has been on a literacy tour since the 1980's, he has been painting murals across the world to highlight the benefits of reading.
Doreen, is an educator and writer. For three years she took care of her mother as her mental and physical ability to do so herself dwindled. During these years and the years growing up, books brought both bonding and joy to both of them.
Without books there is no learned imagination, no food for movies or television.
Without books there is no shared bonding and don't discover new worlds and new outlooks. Please join us for what will be an enlivening discussion.
It’s silly season on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds, Wednesday, September 19 at 3 pm ET when three of America's top political cartoonists will be Halli’s guests for the hour. Halli will be talking with and about the political cartoons of Jim Morin, two-time Pulitzer Prize winning political cartoonist and winner of the prestigious Herblock Prize. Morin is the internationally syndicated editorial cartoonist at the Miami Herald; with Chan Lowe, internationally syndicated cartoonist and Pulitzer Prize finalist whose work appears in the New York Times, The Washington Post and has been featured on 60 Minutes, Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show and The Rachael Maddow Show. The political cartoons of Lowe appear in the Sun Sentinel where Lowe is a senior member of their editorial board; with Jeff Danziger who went from serving in the United States Army as an intelligence officer and linguist during the Vietnam War for which he was awarded the Bronze Star and Air Medal in 1970 to being listed on Bernard Goldberg's list of "100 People Who Are Screwing Up America" even if he won the esteemed Herblock Award.
The Halli Casser-Jayne Show is Talk Radio for Fine Minds and lovers of Political Satire.
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.”
I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human. This show airs most Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT. Keeping it Human is about human speak, not marketing speak, that gets results. We focus on great tips and fun guests without the marketing BS. If you're looking for jargon-monoxide poisoning, we happily recommend our competition.
Cartoons Can Teach Us A Lot About Marketing
In a world of too much noise, the most difficult part of reaching customers is connecting – being brief and meaningful. This is where cartoons can teach business owners, entrepreneurs, marketers tons. Those short captions that get to the whole story – yep, that’s about as much time as you have to reach your audience today!
Join me Thurs, September 19th, for a lively chat with cartoonist Liza Donnelly about humor, and why marketing can learn a hell of a lot from cartoons.
About Liza Donnelly
Liza Donnelly is a cartoonist and writer for The New Yorker Magazine, Forbes.com and WomensEnews.org. As a public speaker, she delivered a very popular TED talk, and travels as a cultural envoy for the US State Department. Donnelly is the author/editor of fifteen books, among them When Do They Serve The Wine?; Funny Ladies: The New Yorker's Greatest Women Cartoonists and Their Cartoons, a history of women cartoonists. Her new book is titled Women On Men, due out in 2013.
She is a charter member of Cartooning for Peace, and is one of the founding members of the US chapter of the international cartoonists’ organization FECO. She conceived of and edits World Ink.org, a site of cartoons from contributors around the globe. She has curated numerous exhibits of international cartoonists, here and abroad.
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Historian Guest of Honor for CopperCon Revolution: Trina Robbins An Award-winning herstorian and writer, Trina Robbins has been writing graphic novels, comics and books for over thirty years, ever since she produced the first all-woman comic book, It Ain’t Me, Babe, in 1970. Creator of Wimmen’s Comix. Her subjects have ranged from Wonder Woman and the Powerpuff Girls to her own teenage superheroine, GoGirl!, and from women cartoonists and superheroines to women who kill. She is considered the expert on the subject of early 20th century women cartoonists, and is responsible for rediscovering many brilliant but previously-forgotten women, including Golden Age Fiction House cartoonist, Lily Renee, and the great Nell Brinkley. Among her recent books: The Brinkley Girls: the Best of Nell Brinkley’s Cartoons from 1913-1940 (Fantagraphics, 2009), and Tarpe Mills and Miss Fury (IDW, 2011). Her final and definitive history of women cartoonists Pretty in Ink, (Fantagraphics) will see publication in August, 2013. A collection of the Golden Age comics of Lily Renee will be published later this year.
About The Author
Michelle R. Britto lives in New York. She is a mother of 5 children. She has been a social worker for 19 years. Her hobbies include: yoga, going to temples, sketching, writing, and traveling. She is passionate about children and music.
To read more about the book visit the blog portion of our show by logging onto: http://www.journeywithjudith.com/?p=2842
About the Illustrator
Jerry Craft is the creator of Mama’s Boyz, an award-winning comic strip that has been distributed by King Features Syndicate to almost 900 publications since 1995; making him one of the few syndicated African-American cartoonists in the country. He has illustrated and/or written a dozen children’s books and games and has won four African American Literary Awards. His work has appeared in national publications such as Essence Magazine, Ebony, and two Chicken Soup for the African American Soul books.
Read more about Jerry by logging onto his website:
Jeanette Smith specializes in training, advising and licensing artists, authors, cartoonists, graphic designers, creative companies, and non-profits to maximize the power of their brands and talents. She will join Publishing Insiders to discuss what authors need to know about licensing.
About our guest: Jeanette Smith has more than 25 years experience in the marketing, publishing, and licensing industries, including building the Dilbert™ brand from its infancy to a global corporate icon and spearheaded the 5-book deal which launched The Dilbert Principle into its 43 week tenure on the New York Times Bestsellers List.
Jeanette’s early career success in advertising led her to New York City where she launched new divisions for Macmillan Publishing, Paramount Communications and VIACOM. This took her to more than 25 countries, while negotiating hundreds of worldwide publishing, product licensing, and television production and distribution deals. She was also a member of the American Association of Publisher’s International Rights Committee. She also launched www.allartlicensing.com to provide a comprehensive online source where talent will find unique training, services, products and resources especially for starting and expanding their creative businesses.
Multi talented musician Morgan Chambers joins me to discuss his music, which ranges from blues to rock to meditative to techno/electronic, and the taking back of our pop culture. Check out his stuff at http://12GaugeMusic.com There is a movement afoot in this nation to take back the pop culture! For too long the left has dominated the arts and that is going to stop because the majority of Americans share the same values of liberty and rugged individualism without government intrusion. Many conservatives talk about taking back the pop culture and do nothing to make that happen. This show is dedicated to making that happen bringing you talented conservative artists from all the creative arts: singers, songwriters, musicians, photographers, authors, painters, cartoonists, animators, poets, movie and documentary production and direction and much more! Join us for an hour of great conservative entertainment and talk!
Singer and Songwriter Mark Scudder joins me to discuss his upcoming album "The Solution Is The Problem." We'll talk about his creative process, music and pop culture! Check him out at http://markscudder.com There is a movement afoot in this nation to take back the pop culture! For too long the left has dominated the arts and that is going to stop because the majority of Americans share the same values of liberty and rugged individualism without government intrusion. Many conservatives talk about taking back the pop culture and do nothing to make that happen. This show is dedicated to making that happen bringing you talented conservative artists from all the creative arts: singers, songwriters, musicians, photographers, authors, painters, cartoonists, animators, poets, movie and documentary production and direction and much more! Join us for an hour of great conservative entertainment and talk!
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