Michael Cavna

Comic RiffsWashington, D.C.

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After losing part of his right leg, Joe Kashnow sought a career in standup. Lewis Black is helping him get there.

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A graphic novel about the all-minority 369th Infantry Regiment in WWI, illustrated by Caanan White.

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About Michael

Writer-artist-recovering-syndicated-cartoonist Michael Cavna is a man of many hyphenates. His articles on visual artists and comic art have been recently honored by the national Society of Features Journalism and the international Harvey Awards. A San Francisco native and UCSD alum, Cavna wrote the main text for the Eisner Award-nominated anthology book "Team Cul de Sac: Cartoonists Draw the Line at Parkinson's." "Peanuts" creator Charles M. Schulz once told Cavna at a black-tie awards dinner: "You do funny things"; to this day, he does not know for sure whether Schulz was referring to Cavna's syndicated comic "Warped" or to his tragically askew cummerbund.