Cartoons: Author! Author!

Being a writer is hard, but meeting your readers is hilarious!

Woman talking to an author at a party

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Woman talking to an author at a party
“Your being a writer is quite a coincidence, Mr. Bronson. I happen to be a reader.”
January 24, 1953

 

Two women talking as they window shop a book store
“I like authors, though…”
Roland Coe
November 29, 1952

 

Woman talking to a grumpy author at a party
“I’ve read every one of your books. I like them much more than hot milk.”
Locke
September 13, 1952

 

Woman talking to an author at a party
“I’ve read your book, and I must say I’ve had some very interesting arguments with people who liked it.”
Doris Matthews
April 28, 1951

 

Woman talking to an author, who is nursing a broken leg.
“Is it true, Mr. Remingly, that many of the characters in your book are based on real people?”
Goldstein
February 7, 1953

 

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