Around 2009, just as the newspaper biz was falling apart, I authored a set of ecologically-based cartoons with cartoonist Chris Bittle. Our strip was called Water’s Edge, and it told the story of the birds of Peekeesquonk Bay who must deal with the polluting of their environment. We managed to get it reviewed and rejected twice by the Washington Post syndicate. But I still love the characters. So here they are in all their feathered glory.
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Saving the World by Hanging Laundry
Cat Tails (Hooray!) and Fragmites (Boo, hiss)
How to Tell Squirrels from Rats: A Fuzzy Tale
The Antiques (a.k.a. Useless Junk) Roadshow
Reality TV for Scavengers
Raising Funds for NPR (Nerdy Public Radio)