Steve Stegelin’s Know Your Rights Before You Sign the Dotted Line

Steve Stegelin’s Know Your Rights Before You Sign the Dotted Line

Know Your Rights Before You Sign the Dotted Line   For the record, I’m not a lawyer, just someone who’s faced a number of contracts over the years. So a quick disclaimer that you shouldn’t consider this post as professional legal advice; if anything discussed here...
Steve Stegelin’s Know Your Rights Before You Sign the Dotted Line

Steve Stegelin’s Anatomy of a Pinup: Octobriana 1976

Anatomy of a Pinup: Octobriana 1976   As a cartoonist with regular weekly deadlines and commitments to other projects, taking time to draw just for myself is something I struggle with the most. What’s helped me in this regard, though, is the realization that art...
Steve Stegelin’s Know Your Rights Before You Sign the Dotted Line

Steve Stegelin’s Crunching Numbers on Your Network

Crunching Numbers on Your Network A couple of weeks back, I wrote about the various responses—good and bad—my editorial cartoons get on Twitter. And honestly, there are times when Twitter feels like a particularly hellish part of the social media landscape, especially...
Steve Stegelin’s Know Your Rights Before You Sign the Dotted Line

Steve Stegelin’s They Give Awards to Imposters, Don’t They?

They Give Awards to Imposters, Don’t They?   Just as comic books have several awards, including the Oscar-equivalent of the Eisner, editorial cartoons have a number of opportunities for recognition outside of the Pulitzer. Being the latter half of the year, it’s now...
Steve Stegelin’s Know Your Rights Before You Sign the Dotted Line

Steve Stegelin’s All a-Twitter

All a-Twitter I’ve written in the past about how a frequent benchmark for an editorial cartoonist is either making the reader laugh or making them angry. Based on that, I must be doing a fantastic job, because the latter was rampant in Twitter responses this week....