Jack Ohman: From Doodling to Politics and Back Again

June 30, 2010 By: Marshall Cutchin

Angler Management author Jack Ohman isn’t known for his fly fishing cartoons. Instead, he’s been one of the top editorial cartoonists in the country for almost thirty years. “In 1981, he was hired by the Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch to replace Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Jeff MacNelly. By age 21, he was the second most widely-read political cartoonist in the U.S., profiled by People magazine and appeared on the television show, ‘Good Morning America.'” Profile by Jane Frederickson on ShoreviewPress.com.

Read Ohman writing about “Gear We Don’t Use” on MidCurrent.

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