Drawings from the Cheap Seats: A Collection of Sports Cartoons by Richard Harris, Jr

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Humor - 124 pages
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Drawings from the Cheap Seats is a collection of sports cartoons by noted sports cartoonist Richard Harris. Many of the cartoons in this book have appeared in his Newsday sports cartoon, "The Cheap Seats." Some of the cartoons are new and others were considered a little too racy for a family publication like a newspaper, but fortunately not for his book.

Harris draws in a smooth free-line style that is provocative and eye-catching. The athletes look like athletes and the expressions on his characters are right on the mark. Harris also has a talent for taking a national news story or situation and cleverly tying into the sporting world. Harris' Drawings from the Cheap Seats, is a must read for any sports fan.


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About the author (2004)

Richard Harris is the author of 36 travel guidebooks and history books about the American West, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. A gourmet cook, he lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he is president of the New Mexico Book association and past president of the writers' organization PEN New Mexico.

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