Editorial Cartoonist Nick Anderson has joined the Reform Austin newsroom, the place he’ll make use of the inventive talent and political insights that earned a Pulitzer Prize to power protection of Texas govt.
As managing editor, Anderson is liable for guiding Reform Austin’s efforts to provide readers the unfiltered details they wish to dangle Texas leaders responsible. Anderson’s unique cartoons will probably be a standard function on RA Information.
“Reform Austin readers perceive the results of electing politicians who use ideological agendas to divide us, after they must be doing the onerous paintings vital to make our state govt paintings for everybody,” Anderson mentioned. “As a veteran journalist, I’m fascinated by Reform Austin’s attainable to re-focus conversations at the problems that subject to common sense Texans – like protective our neighborhoods from increasingly more popular failures, healthcare, simply to call a couple of.”
Anderson labored for the Houston Chronicle, the biggest newspaper in Texas, from 2006 till 2017. Along with the Pulitzer, Anderson earned the Society of Skilled Reporters’ Sigma Delta Chi Award. He’s additionally a two-time winner of Columbia School’s Fischetti Award, and the Nationwide Press Basis’s Berryman Award. Anderson’s cartoons were printed in Newsweek, the New York Occasions, the Washington Publish, USA These days, the Chicago Tribune and different papers.
In 2005, Anderson received the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning whilst running for the Courier-Magazine in Louisville, Kentucky. The judges complimented his “extraordinary graphic taste that produced extremely considerate and robust messages.”