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Mr. Fish on Saving the World

Truthdig editors interviewed esteemed editorial cartoonist Dwayne “Mr. Fish” Booth, whose debut collection, “Go Fish: How to Win Contempt and Influence People,” is out from Akashic Books. The artist talks about his craft, his inspiration, and the man behind the brilliant, wild and provocative cartoons.

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Cartoon Gallery: World Reacts to bin Laden’s Death

Political cartoonists from around the world respond with a variety of opinions to the news that Osama bin Laden has been killed.

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This Isn’t ‘Entourage’: Hollywood’s Talented, Ambitious and Broke

A pall has been cast over the creative capital of the planet as the recession has blurred the distinction between emerging artist and mid-career artist, both willing to work on projects for little or no pay.

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The Earth Loses a Force of Nature

T.L. Caswell, a Truthdig journalist who worked at the L.A. Times with cartoonist Paul Conrad (above), the three-time Pulitzer winner who died Saturday, remembers a man who always arrived in a blast of smoke and sound.

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Mr. Fish

Presenting the Award-Winning Mr. Fish

Congratulations to our favorite cartoonist, who won a prestigious Sigma Delta Chi award from the Society of Professional Journalists on Monday. We plan to celebrate by taking a spin through his fearless and insightful work and ordering an award-winning T-shirt or two.

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The Gift of Cheney

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Truthdig Favorite Luckovich Wins Pulitzer

Check out Truthdig’s collection of cartoons by Mike Luckovich, who just won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning.

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Thousands Riot in Pakistan Over Cartoons

At least two people died in the rampage. Also, the Iraqi city of Basra demands the withdrawal of Denmark’s military contingent from southern Iraq until an apology for the cartoons is proffered.
Will this madness ever end?

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U.S. Media and the Cartoons: Who Published? Who Didn’t?

The decision over whether to republish controversial images of Muhammad has caused intense debates in the editorial board rooms of news organizations across the country. Truthdig offers its readers a primer.

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Sam Harris on the Reality of Islam

“The truth about Islam is as politically incorrect as it is terrifying: Islam is all fringe and no center,” writes America’s most prominent secularist in a challenging and provocative new essay.
UPDATE: Harris responds to a deluge of comments and some criticism.

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Feeding the Cartoon Furor in Afghanistan

Look past the cartoons, writes Christian Parenti of The Nation. The violence in Afghanistan stems from grievances over four years of occupation by U.S. and NATO troops and ineffectual foreign aid schemes. | story

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N.Y. Press Kills Cartoons; Staff Walks Out

The entire editorial staff of The New York Press, an alternative weekly, quits in the wake of the paper’s decision not to run the controversial Muhammad cartoons. | story

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Official Iranian Paper to Run Holocaust Cartoons

The Tehran city council-owned newspaper says it is testing the West’s arguments about freedom of expression. | story
Meanwhile, Four Afghans are killed in cartoon-related protests near the U.S. base in Bagram—the first time violence has been directed against America in the controversy. | story

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From Jyllands-Posten

Most U.S. News Orgs Won’t Run Muhammad Cartoons

As violence spreads across the world, Editor & Publisher has the best take yet on why most U.S. news outlets won’t re-publish the satirical images. | story
ABC is one of the very few to do so. | video (there’s a commercial)
Update: Check out the way Truthdig’s Mr. Fish depicted Jesus in a cartoon.
Is it offensive, an exercise in free speech, or both?

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