Cartoonist Tony Auth Bid Farewell to the Inquirer

Tony Auth started his stint as the editorial cartoonist at the Inquirer in 1971. He won a Pulitzer in 1976, but has left the paper to take a post at WHYY and Newsworks. There, he’ll do some political cartoons, but will also work with watercolors and digital apps. As he bid the Inquirer farewell, Auth recalled his relationship with his editor Creed Black and a controversial cartoon that didn’t make it into the paper. [Inquirer]