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Have you ever wondered how cartoonists come up with new ideas all the time? Some of them may have had a little help. Helene Parsons is one of those unseen and uncredited helpers. Helene has ghost written for many single panel syndicated and magazine cartoonists. She’s written for such panels as Dennis the Menace, The Lockhorns, and Bliss. She’s also written cartoons that have appeared in such publications as The New Yorker, Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, and The Reader’s Digest.
Helene has been writing cartoons for 18 years and has just started a blog. This is great news for anyone who’s interested in how to write and sell cartoons. Whether you’re just starting out or are a seasoned veteran, Helene says she’ll have helpful insights into the world of cartoons from her unique perspective. But you don’t have to be a cartoonist or writer to appreciate her blog. In addition to her practical advice, Helene will also be writing about her creative process as well as telling behind the scenes stories of working in this very odd and wonderful business. So check out her brand new weekly blog now, before it goes viral! http://cartoongags.blogspot.com/