Wednesday, February 23, 2005
In the dark days before the Internet, sometimes the only way for an alternative cartoonist to get published was to do it yourself. I was considered "too vitriolic" for some papers. I used to make photocopies of my cartoons and hand them out for free in Congress Park in Saratoga Springs. Yes, I was a modern day pamphleteer. A friend in Chicago passed some of my work on to Ed at Suitopath. He's a modern day pamphleteer as well. Before I started posting to the internet, Ed posted some of my stuff to his site. Thanks Ed!