Humor Times Scores an Interview with Vladimir Putin

Humor Times Scores an Interview with Vladimir Putin
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An interview with Russian president Vladimir Putin We here at the Humor Times have been fortunate enough to be granted an interview with Vladimir Putin, the leader of … Read more

Insight on Cartoonists: Barry Hunau

Insight on Cartoonists: Barry Hunau
Stanford Chandler began writing when his parents gave him an Underwood Portable typewriter for his 8th birthday, the machine he still uses to this day.He has written for dozens of papers, including The New York Enquirer, Manchester Guardian, Mainichi Daily News and the Humor Times. His work with cartoonists is currently under the auspices of the San Francisco Cartoon Art Museum.
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An interview with Barry Hunau, editorial cartoonist When I get “hate mail,” it’s invariably from my long-suffering wife objecting, once again, to the clutter of things with which … Read more

Insight on Cartoonists: Andy Donato

Insight on Cartoonists: Andy Donato
Stanford Chandler began writing when his parents gave him an Underwood Portable typewriter for his 8th birthday, the machine he still uses to this day.He has written for dozens of papers, including The New York Enquirer, Manchester Guardian, Mainichi Daily News and the Humor Times. His work with cartoonists is currently under the auspices of the San Francisco Cartoon Art Museum.
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Interview with editorial cartoonist Andy Donato Although the comic strip, “Terry and the Pirates,” is long gone, it was most pleasant to learn that the Toronto Sun’s editorial … Read more

Insight: Justin Renteria

Insight: Justin Renteria
Stanford Chandler began writing when his parents gave him an Underwood Portable typewriter for his 8th birthday, the machine he still uses to this day.He has written for dozens of papers, including The New York Enquirer, Manchester Guardian, Mainichi Daily News and the Humor Times. His work with cartoonists is currently under the auspices of the San Francisco Cartoon Art Museum.
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An interview with Justin Renteria My connection with New York City’s still influential Village Voice stems from several things. We lived in Greenwich Village for some 14 years, … Read more

Marmaduke, Everyone’s Favorite Hound

Marmaduke, Everyone’s Favorite Hound
Stanford Chandler began writing when his parents gave him an Underwood Portable typewriter for his 8th birthday, the machine he still uses to this day.He has written for dozens of papers, including The New York Enquirer, Manchester Guardian, Mainichi Daily News and the Humor Times. His work with cartoonists is currently under the auspices of the San Francisco Cartoon Art Museum.
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Insight on Cartoonists: An interview with Brad Anderson, creator of “Marmaduke” Brad Anderson’s Marmaduke has graced the comic pages of newspapers since it went into syndication oodles of … Read more

Meet Mike Luckovich

Meet Mike Luckovich
Stanford Chandler began writing when his parents gave him an Underwood Portable typewriter for his 8th birthday, the machine he still uses to this day.He has written for dozens of papers, including The New York Enquirer, Manchester Guardian, Mainichi Daily News and the Humor Times. His work with cartoonists is currently under the auspices of the San Francisco Cartoon Art Museum.
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Insight on Cartoonists: Mike Luckovich When a top-notch newspaper like the Atlanta Journal Constitution has a Mike Luckovich working for it, you know it not only has ‘luck’ … Read more

Exclusive! First-Ever Interview with the Master of All Super Spies, James Bond

Exclusive! First-Ever Interview with the Master of All Super Spies, James Bond
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James Bond has had a rough life The Humor Times has succeeded in scoring the first ever interview with that icon of masculinity and daring-do, that virile epitome … Read more

Cartoonist Isabella Bannerman: Funny at 51

Cartoonist Isabella Bannerman: Funny at 51
Roz Warren Roz is the author of Just Another Day At Your Local Public Library and Our Bodies, Our Shelves: A Collection Of Library Humor. She writes for The New York Times and The Funny Times. Her work also appears in Good Housekeeping, The Christian Science Monitor, The Philadelphia Inquirer and of course, the Humor Times. Connect with her on Facebook, follow her on Twitter or visit her website.

“Six Chix” contributor Isabella Bannerman has always loved making people laugh “Now that I’m 51,” cartoonist Isabella Bannerman tells me, “cartooning is easier than it’s ever been. I … Read more

Insight on Cartoonists: Nick Downes (The New Yorker)

Insight on Cartoonists: Nick Downes (The New Yorker)
Stanford Chandler began writing when his parents gave him an Underwood Portable typewriter for his 8th birthday, the machine he still uses to this day.He has written for dozens of papers, including The New York Enquirer, Manchester Guardian, Mainichi Daily News and the Humor Times. His work with cartoonists is currently under the auspices of the San Francisco Cartoon Art Museum.
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To navigate life’s all-too-frequent stumbling blocks successfully, it’s necessary to learn how to accept the downs as well as the ups.  But at the New Yorker magazine (still … Read more

Insight: Cartoonist Wiley Miller and Non Sequitur

Insight: Cartoonist Wiley Miller and Non Sequitur
Stanford Chandler began writing when his parents gave him an Underwood Portable typewriter for his 8th birthday, the machine he still uses to this day.He has written for dozens of papers, including The New York Enquirer, Manchester Guardian, Mainichi Daily News and the Humor Times. His work with cartoonists is currently under the auspices of the San Francisco Cartoon Art Museum.
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Time travel is not an unknown component in Wiley Miller’s insightful and comic Non Sequitur, so his response when asked if he could be anyone other than himself … Read more

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