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Lee Lorenz has been cartoon editor of The New Yorker since 1973. Since joining the staff in 1958, he has contributed more than 1,500 cartoons and a dozen covers.

Mike Konopacki is a syndicated labor cartoonist for Huck-Konopacki Labor Cartoons which distributes his work to more than 115 labor publications in the U.S., Canada and New Zealand. Two collection of his work have been published.
Mell Lazarus draws the comic strips Miss Peach and Momma which are syndicated by Creators Syndicate. He is president of the National Cartoonists Society and won its Reuben award in 1982.
Jay Kennedy is comics editor for King Features Syndicate. Previously he was cartoon editor for Esquire and he has written about the history of cartooning for numerous publications.
Kevin Kallaughter is the political cartoonist for Baltimore Sun who is syndicated by Cartoonists and Writers Syndicate. He also draws for The Economist and the International Herald Tribune of Paris.
Oliver Harrington, the dean of African-American cartoonists, drew Bootsie from 1933 to 1963. More recently his work has appeared in Eulenspiegel and the People's Daily World. He has lived and worked abroad since 1951.
Nicole Hollander draws the comic strip Sylvia. She also is president of Sylvia Syndicate. Thirteen collections of her cartoons have been published.
Barbara Brandon draws the comic strip Where I'm Coming From for Universal Press Syndicate. She is the only African-American woman to have a syndicated comic strip.
Jim Borgman, the political cartoonist for the Cincinnati Enquirer, has won every major award in his field including the 1991 Pulitzer Prize. His work is syndicated by King Features.
David Hendin is senior vice president and editorial director of United Media. His background includes seven years as a syndicated columnist. He is the author of ten books.
Anne Gibbons draws greeting card cartoons and chairs the National Cartoonists Society Committee on Greeting Card Contracts. She is currently working on a cartoon panel entitled The Women's Room.
Paul Fell, the cartoonist-illustrator of several books on Nebraska, is the former editorial cartoonist for the Lincoln Journal. He is North America's first radio cartoonist.
Mort Drucker, freelance commercial artist and humorous illustrator, is well-known for his caricatures, satirical movie and television features and for his contributions to MAD Magazine. He won the Reuben Award in 1988.
Mark Cohen's collecting interests focus on MAD Magazine art and on cartoonist's self caricatures. He has published articles on several cartoon related topics including the ethics of collecting cartoons.
Buck Brown is a freelance cartoonist whose work as appeared in Ebony, Today's Health, Playboy, and other publications.
Steve Bentley created Herb and Jamaal which is syndicated b y Tribune Media Services. He is past president of Southern California Chapter of the National cartoonists Society.
Paul Knue is editor of the Cincinnati Post. He is a member of the American Society of Newspaper Editors and the Associated Press Managing Editors.