An Artist And His Apples

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Funny Times editor Ray Lesser’s humorous editorial satire from the May 2011 issue of Funny Times

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Salvador Dali Watch

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Surreally great gift for the artiste in your life … 

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Book of the Month Club

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Ray Lesser Editorial – November 2016 – Book of the Month Club

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Chicken Fat

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Ray Lesser Editorial – October 2015 – Chicken Fat

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Funny Times July 2015 Issue

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July 2015 Issue Cover

Buy This Issue! Cartoons About … America . Celebrities . Marriage . Parenting . The Good Old Days . and more! Cartoons by: Isabella Bannerman, Clay Bennett, Meg Biddle, Bizarro, Harry Bliss, Ruben Bolling, Matt Bors, Tom Cheney, Dave Coverly, J.C. Duffy, Tim Eagan, Bob Eckstein, Randy Glasbergen, Martha Gradisher, Buddy Hickerson, Jeff Hobbs, David Horsey, George Jartos, Ham Khan, …[ Read More ]

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Honesty Not Always The Best Policy

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I can’t help myself — I’m an honest guy. Like my dad always told me, “If you tell the truth, then you don’t have to try to remember the story you made up when you were drunk.”

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Traveling Voices

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My adventurous voice says, “You’ve always wanted to go to Colombia, and now’s your chance! Exotic locales, ocean breezes, colonial architecture: It’s a trip you’ll remember your whole life. Book it, book it now!”

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I’m Applying Myself

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  By Bob Eckstein   Dear Jurors of the NYFA Grant Committee, I would like to respectfully apply for an NYFA Artists’ Fellowship to complete my current art performance slated for Fall 2014. Sadly, this work is currently in danger of not being realized due to a lack of funds. Since 1998 I have enjoyed a long, lustrous relationship with the …[ Read More ]

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Books, Cats, and Love: The Cartooning Career of Stephanie Piro

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(Originally published on the blog Women’s Voices for Change) “Cartooning is the best revenge,” Stephanie Piro jokes when I ask where her ideas come from. A marital spat with husband John or a stranger’s insensitive remark will quickly find its way into Piro’s “Fair Game” strip or King Features’ popular “Six Chix” feature,where Piro (right) is the “Saturday Chick.” Her cartoons may start with …[ Read More ]

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Cartoonist Isabella Bannerman: Funny At 51

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“Now that I’m 51,” cartoonist Isabella Bannerman tells me, “cartooning is easier than it’s ever been. I don’t care the way I did about what other people think. I’ve stopped censoring myself. It gives me tremendous freedom.” Bannerman, who has contributed the Monday cartoon to King Features‘ popular Six Chix strip for more than a decade, has always loved making people laugh. She grew up …[ Read More ]

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