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Best Australian Political Cartoons 2023

Russ Radcliffe



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Scribe Publications
01 November 2023
The year in politics as observed by Australia's funniest and most perceptive political cartoonists.

Featuring Dean Alston, Peter Broelman, Andrew Dyson, John Farmer, First Dog on the Moon, Matt Golding, Fiona Katauskas, Mark Knight, Jon Kudelka, Johannes Leak, Sean Leahy, Alan Moir, David Pope, David Rowe, John Spooner, Andrew Weldon, Cathy Wilcox, and more ...

'Satirical political cartoons offer a critical, perceptive, and often explosive, insight into our current affairs, and Best Australian Political Cartoons 2023 delivers an exceptional array of work from the year that was ... Russ Radcliffe has combined some of the biggest issues, along with the best cartoonists, to deliver the ultimate coffee table book.' -Samuel Bernard, The Weekend Australian

'Political cartoonists see the world in a way that makes us think. They're often humorous, sometimes infuriating... always thought-provoking ... Many of the country's very best feature in Best Australian Political Cartoons 2023 ... From the Voice to Parliament referendum and political donations, to superannuation, the NDIS and global warming, there's food for thought in every

cartoon .' -The Senior

Imprint:   Scribe Publications
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 200mm,  Width: 181mm,  Spine: 15mm
Weight:   406g
ISBN:   9781761380587
ISBN 10:   1761380583
Pages:   192
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Russ Radcliffe created the annual Best Australian Political Cartoons series in 2003. His other books include- Man of Steel- a cartoon history of the Howard years in 2007;Dirt Files- a decade of Australian political cartoons in 2013; andMy Brilliant Career- Malcolm Turnbull, a political life in cartoons in 2016. Russ has edited collections from some of Australia's finest political cartoonists, including Matt Golding, Judy Horacek, Bill Leak, Alan Moir, Bruce Petty, John Spooner, and David Rowe, and curated several exhibitions, including Moments of Truth, Dirt Files, and Suppositories of Wisdom. In 2013, Russ was awarded the Australian Cartoonists Association's Jim Russell Award for his contribution to Australian cartooning.

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