Tuesday, February 10, 2015

1973 New Yorker Cartoonist William Hamilton Interview

A 1973 Editor and Publisher interview with New Yorker cartoonist William Hamilton is unearthed by Allan Holtz over at his Stripper's Guide blog.

"It all started, he explains, after he told a Washington Post writer doing a story on cartoonists that he, Hamilton, took his drawings rejected by various editors, thought up 'something dirty' as captions and sent them off to Playboy—and Playboy bought them."

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