Arthur Hartz

Arthur Hartz

Arthur Hartz is a professional medical researcher and a hobby anthropologist who likes to study quaint customs in primitive cultures such as the one you live in. He is married with two children, and currently living in St. Louis. His favorite recreation is observing his grandchildren. Others include hiking in the southwestern US, visiting Latin America, learning history, and rereading Middlemarch.

Mike Wolfe

Mike Wolfe

Is a professional comic artist in Salt Lake City Utah who has created several cartoon books. He was the first of the three major artists for the Slings and Arrows Book and did many of the cartoons prior to devoting all of this time to his own work. The author discovered him drawing cartoons while manning the night shift desk at his mother’s retirement home. His art can be viewed on his website.

Colleen Reynolds

Colleen Reynolds

Colleen is now a full-time award-winning painter. Her work is represented in galleries and shops in Utah, Nevada and New Zealand. She shows her work regularly in juried shows around the U.S. Colleen wrote, co-illustrated and self-published a small illustrated book, “The Stolen Heart.” She also contributed cartoon drawings for the cartoon book, “The Slings and Arrows of Mundane Fortune.”
Colleen spent most of her childhood in Ely, Nevada. She retired as a U.S. Navy officer in 2000. Colleen has a Masters degree in Education as well as Bachelor’s degrees in Fine Art and Math. She paints out of 21st Studios in Salt Lake City, Utah. Because of her teaching credentials Colleen is also becoming an in-demand art workshop instructor. Personal website
Aleksandar Jovik

Aleksandar Jovik

Aleksandar Jovik is a professional cartoonist living with his wife and two children in the small town of Novi Knezevac in Serbia. I found him by advertising on the Internet for a cartoonist.  More than 20 applied, and he was chosen as the best by a well-known professional cartoonist because of his sense of humor and ability to simply capture emotions in the face and body posture.  He has mastered idiomatic English entirely by wide and intense reading.  I only learned that he was not an American when I asked him.

Kleber Moreno

Kleber Moreno

Is a professional cartoonist who works for magazines and newspapers in Quito Ecuador. He was recommended as a cartoonist by the general manager of the Ecuadorian National Football (Soccer) team who was sitting next to me on a flight to Quito.  Our correspondence is entirely in Spanish, which has made me a big fan of Google Translate, flawed though it is.