Advice to Hillary Clinton from 8 women cartoonists

With the Democratic National Convention kicking off this week, we asked several talented cartoonists to draw what they'd say to Hillary if they could.

Rebecca Cohen


Rebecca Cohen is the creator of the webcomic "The Adventures of Gyno-Star." You may also have seen her drawing of Bree Newsome as Wonder Woman.

Jennifer Crute

Jennifer Crute started drawing comics while working as a freelance commercial illustrator. She is also the author of Jennifer's Journal; The Life of SubUrban Girl and her work has been featured in B-WORD, Direct Art, and Women’s Review of Books, and Ebony Magazines.

Joey Alison Sayers


Joey Alison Sayers is a cartoonist living in Oakland, CA. Her comics have appeared in MAD Magazine, numerous alternative newsweeklies, and the Best American Comics anthology.

Ann Telnaes


Ann Telnaes is a Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist for the Washington Post.

Juana Medina


Juana Medina is the author and illustrator of the children’s book, “Juana & Lucas, and 1 Big Salad: A Delicious Counting Book.” She studied and taught at the Rhode Island School of Design, and now teaches at George Washington University, in Washington, DC.

Whit Taylor


Whit Taylor is a cartoonist, writer, and editor from New Jersey.

Vanessa Valadez


Vanessa Valadez is a Chicago-based cartoonist and illustrator. Her work has appeared in The Chicago Monitor, South Side Weekly, and Linework.

Liza Donnelly


Liza Donnelly is a writer and cartoonist for The New Yorker, the New York Times, Medium, Politico, and is a popular public speaker. She is covering the Democratic National Convention for CBS and The New Yorker. Liza lives in New York City.


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