Margaret Shulock

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Margaret Shulock
Born 1950 (age 66–67)
Canastota, New York
Nationality American
Area(s) Cartoonist, Writer
Notable works
Six Chix

Margaret Shulock (born 1950)[1] is an American cartoonist who works as a writer-artist on several features.

Born in Canastota, New York, she lived in Franklinville, New York and Buffalo, New York. She currently resides in Friendship, New York. She began sending weekly, hand-drawn postcards to her parents, often in the form of cartoons. In 1995, these cartoons became Sticks, a self-published calendar and a twice-weekly single-panel cartoon in the Olean Times Herald.[2]

Until her retirement, Shulock was the Tuesday cartoonist for the ensemble comic Six Chix, a collaborative comic strip that debuted in January 2000 and is now syndicated in over 120 newspapers. It is drawn by six female cartoonists who rotate the drawing duties through the week. She also scripted the daily continuity strip Apartment 3-G until its cancellation and is an uncredited contributing writer of Barney Google and Snuffy Smith. [2]


  1. ^ McLeod, Susanna. "Margaret Shulock, Six Chix Cartoonist and Comics Writer," (April 14, 2006).
  2. ^ a b About Six Chix

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