Winner of the 2013 Herblock award; 2015 Society of Illustrators Silver Medal recipient; 2015 first place AAN award for cartooning; 2015 Pulitzer finalist.

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Sharp-eyed readers will have noticed that your host is occasionally* remiss in his duties vis-a-vis this blog. If you come here looking for the latest cartoon and find that the proprietor has apparently abandoned the place, you can always go directly to the Tom Tomorrow archives at either DK or The Nation.

*by which we mean “more often than not.”

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 9:10 AM | link

Read it at Daily Kos.

Read it at The Nation (coming).

(ALSO: last week’s cartoon, THE NSA COMES CLEAN.)

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 1:34 PM | link
I had completely forgotten about this

I was experimenting with blogging as far back as 1998. (Click through for the classic story of the time I gave a bookstore reading hoping to impress my fiance’s parents and a rat fell from the ceiling on my future mother-in-law.)

Found that digging around on the Wayback Machine to see when exactly my site first went up. It was around 1992 or 1993, I’m pretty sure (though I can’t find it on their archive right now — don’t remember the URL or hosting service I was using before I eventually moved it over to the WELL). But I was one of the very first cartoonists to have work online — if memory serves, I even beat Dilbert. It was enough of a rarity at the time that science fiction author Bruce Sterling sent me a note praising me for taking the risk of putting work out there for free like that.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 8:52 AM | link
The important questions

Read it at DK.
Read it at The Nation.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 8:51 AM | link
Mailchimp comes through!

Problem with Sparky’s List (and Inner Hive) subscriptions has been resolved. Mailchimp’s code monkeys are total heroes. You can once again sign up for Sparky’s List, HERE.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 11:10 AM | link
This week’s cartoon

Return of the Invisible Hand!

Read it at Daily Kos.
Read it at The Nation.

posted by Tom Tomorrow at 8:12 AM | link

New Sparky’s List subscriptions are momentarily suspended, because there’s some sort of glitch with the signup process. I’m not sure if the problem is on Mailchimp’s end or Amazon’s; I’ve just sent desperate emails to both. I’ll update when I have more info.

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posted by Tom Tomorrow at 5:22 PM | link

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