"After 25 years as a cartoonist, this dog can still hunt."
former editor-in-chief of
The Washington Times
From the National Headliners Club award winner and editorial cartoonist for The Washington Times comes a collection of cartoons that range from the Clinton administration to the baseball strike in America.
In his introduction, Tod Lindberg, Editorial-Page Editor of The Washington Times, hints at the talent Bill Garner possesses, the ability to capture a likeness that is more than a likeness and the power to "skewer someone" if he so wishes.
Including chapters on President Bush, Congress, the economy, Bill and Hillary Clinton, foreign affairs, the media, the O. J. Simpson trial, sports, and other issues, there's sure to be something to rattle the nerves and tickle the funnybone of anyone.
A Texan by birth, Bill Garner attended the University of Texas and the Texas School of Fine Arts. Before taking his position at The Washington Times, he worked for both The Washington Star and The (Memphis) Commercial Appeal. He resides in Annapolis, Maryland.
Foreword by Tod Lindberg
160 pp. 8 x 5¼
EAN: 978-1-56554-127-6 pb