Cartoon: ‘A Writer’s Hierarchy of Needs’

Last time around, Grant Snider tackled the subject of being blocked. This time, here’s his take on writers’ needs for The NY Times Book Review no less.

Have we ever told you how much we love this dood’s work? God, we love his work!

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Cartoon: ‘Blocked’

Ladies and gentlemen, the ever-aware and always-understanding Grant Snider:

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Cartoon: ‘Other People’s Bookshelves’

Grant Snider goes all out on this one. Not that we’re judging. Oh no:

 

What a you see here is part of a wonderful and illuminating cartoon triptych. You can – and should – see Part 3 – and the punchline that explains the punchline in our intro above in the lower third of the page HERE

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Cartoon: ‘Write of Passage’

An oldie but a goodie, unearthed by an old friend. Thanks, Herbie J!

Cartoon: ‘Pen Names’

Grant Snider tells us who we really are. Well, at least who we think we are. Erm, who we think we should be? What do you think it is:

This comic appears in The Southampton Review.

More of Grant Snider’s sensitive perception of humanity and creativity at Incidental Comics, HERE

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