DAVID WALLIS, author of “Killed Cartoons: Casualties of the War on Free Expression”. This important book illuminates the problem many of us have in the print world, containing cartoons and illustrations effectively censored by our free media (including some by us Drawgerites. Anyone in the New York area can attend the pub party and reading tomorrow, 7 PM at Barnes and Noble, Astor Place. The after-party will be held at Sauce Lounge, Ninth Ave between 22/23 streets.)
“Cartoonists are arguably the most incendiary journalists. They're the ones who hit us in a primitive place. Part of their job brief is to offend, and that makes editors increasingly uncomfortable.”, says David.
Below are pieces from the book by Paul Conrad, Mike Priggee and Peter Kuper.