Whether it be two unresolved wars, the daily chicanery of Canadian and Quebec politics or even Michelle Obama touching the Queen (and the Queen touching her right back), the world is a place filled with enough daily shenanigans to keep Montreal Gazette’s cartoonist Aislin very busy. This is a collection of Aislin’s favourite political and social cartoons and travel sketches from the past three years.
About the authors
Aislin is Terry Mosher’s nom de plume as the editorial page cartoonist for The Gazette in Montreal, where he has worked since 1972. He has produced 40 books, either collections of his own works or books he has illustrated. Mosher also wrote, with journalist Peter Desbarats, THE HECKLERS, a history of political cartooning in Canada, published in 1980. The recipient of many awards, Terry was appointed, in May 2003, Officer of the Order of Canada.
Aislin is "wickedly funny with a king-sized heart. How does this guy always manage to get it right?"