Cartoon: ‘Yoga for Readers’

To be a good reader, you not only have to write your butt off, you need to read even more. (We can hear the body parts dropping in our mind’s ears.) Today, our favorite cartoonist-philosopher, Grant Snider gives us a visual lesson reading that speaks for itself. (Although we feel duty-bound to remind y’all that these positions may not be nearly as productive if you try ’em while you write.

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

Cartoon: ‘Crossroads’

Our favorite cartoonist-philosopher, Grant Snider gives a good think about where you can go by – wait for it – not thinking. Who’d a’thunk?

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

Cartoon: ‘Holes’

Our favorite cartoonist-philosopher, Grant Snider takes on the uncertainty of creativity, just as so many of us do every writing day. With style.

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

Still More Cartoons About Writers and Writing

Settle back and do what we did when we found these. In other words, stop thinking about the writing problem in your current creation and laugh!

Cartoon: ‘Sunday’

Our favorite cartoonist-philosopher, Grant Snider reveals his thoughts and feelings about a human aspiration that is by its very nature impossible to achieve but which has been responsible for the vast majority – if not all – of our greatest artistic creations.

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