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Joe Heller: Cartoon voices in full color

Welcome to the NKyTribune’s newest feature: the cartoons of Joe Heller, a regular weekly collection of his cartoons on any and all things brought to you by his pointed pen, fertile mind, and a keen sense of humor. Enjoy.












Joe Heller was the editorial cartoonist for the Green Bay Press-Gazette in Green Bay, Wis., from 1985 until being laid off in July 2013. He still draws five cartoons a week and distributes them through his own syndicate. Through Heller Syndication, his cartoons regularly appear in more than 400 newspapers, making him the most successful self-syndicated editorial cartoonist in the nation. His cartoons are reprinted many times in USA Today, Denver Post, St. Paul Pioneer Press, The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Newsweek Japan, The Week and The Washington Post. Joe’s cartoons have won numerous distinctions, including 10 Best of Gannett awards, eight Milwaukee Press Club awards and two Honorable mentions for the John Fischetti Award. He lives in Green Bay with his wife, Pamela. Today, he becomes a regular featured cartoonist for the NKyTribune.

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