Humor and cartoon markets
Writer's Digest Books, 1990 - Art - 281 pages
This first edition is filled with 600 listings of magazine, newsletter, greeting card, and comic book publishers; advertising agencies (for jingles and slogans); comedians' managers; radio d.j.'s who use humorous material and more.
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The Business of Humor
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