Ed Stein (cartoonist)

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Edward Alan Stein (born November 22, 1946) is a liberal American cartoonist and former editorial cartoonist for the now-closed Rocky Mountain News in Denver, Colorado. Stein drew editorial cartoons five days a week, and previously published a local daily comic strip called Denver Square. Stein continues to draw editorial cartoons, which are syndicated by United Media, and have been printed in newspapers across the world in many languages. On September 20, 2010 Stein launched a syndicated national comic strip, entitled "Freshly Squeezed."[1]

Education[edit]

Stein attended high school in Waco, Texas and college at the University of Denver, graduating with a B.F.A in 1969.[2]

Other work[edit]

Stein worked for many Colorado-based publications including Cervi's Journal and The Rocky Mountain Business Journal (since renamed, Colorado Business Journal) before joining the Rocky Mountain News as staff editorial cartoonist in 1978,[3] a position he has held ever since. He was the President of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists[3] in 1988. In 2006, Stein co-hosted the 2006 AAEC Cartoonist's Convention, which was held in Denver.[4]

Awards and Prizes[edit]

Published works[edit]

  • Denver Square: We Need a Bigger House, 2003, a collection of cartoons about life in Denver from Ed's Denver Square comic strip
  • Stein's Way: Editorial Cartoons by Ed Stein, 1983, a collection of editorial cartoons

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The Daily Cartoonist,[1],
  2. ^ United Feature Syndicate Newspaper Enterprise Association, 'Ed Stein'
  3. ^ a b Association of American Editorial Cartoonists, 'Ed Stein Cartoonist Profile'
  4. ^ Association of American Editorial Cartoonists, 'Convention Roundup'
  5. ^ American Association of Editorial Cartoonists, 'Ed Stein Cartoonist Profile'
  6. ^ Daily Cartoonist, 'Ed Stein wins the Fischetti Award'
  7. ^ http://brie.hunter.cuny.edu/aronson/?page_id=649