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Terry Mosher, aka Aislin, with a bust of himself created by Quebec City cartoonist Christian Daigle, aka Fleg, Sept. 30, 2014.

Terry Mosher, aka Aislin, with a bust of himself created by Quebec City cartoonist Christian Daigle, aka Fleg, Sept. 30, 2014.

Aislin aka Terry Mosher Interviewed by Terry DiMonte

Aislin aka Terry Mosher Interviewed by Terry DiMonte

MONTREAL, QUEBEC; MARCH 21,  2011 --  Montreal Gazette editorial cartoonist Terry Mosher aka Aislin, nominated for a National Newspaper Award. Logo

MONTREAL, QUEBEC; MARCH 21, 2011 -- Montreal Gazette editorial cartoonist Terry Mosher aka Aislin, nominated for a National Newspaper Award. Logo

Gazette cartoonist Terry Mosher wins National Magazine Award

Gazette cartoonist Terry Mosher wins National Magazine Award

"Jennifer Quist’s Love Letters of the Angels of Death is formidable... I couldn’t put it down, not only because I enjoyed it so much, but because it contained so much I had to know." -- Padma Viswanathan, author of The Toss of a Lemon http://www.lindaleith.com/publishings/view/20

"Jennifer Quist’s Love Letters of the Angels of Death is formidable... I couldn’t put it down, not only because I enjoyed it so much, but because it contained so much I had to know." -- Padma Viswanathan, author of The Toss of a Lemon http://www.lindaleith.com/publishings/view/20

Linda Leith

Linda Leith

The Canada Day Cartoon Countdown continues:  Jacques Parizeau as Louis XIV, by Serge Chapleau, La Presse, 1995    From Caricature . Cartoon Canada, edited by Terry Mosher  Copyright Terry Mosher and members of Association of Canadian Editorial Cartoonists.

The Canada Day Cartoon Countdown continues: Jacques Parizeau as Louis XIV, by Serge Chapleau, La Presse, 1995 From Caricature . Cartoon Canada, edited by Terry Mosher Copyright Terry Mosher and members of Association of Canadian Editorial Cartoonists.

"If you dream of becoming a writer, an actor, or a dancer, you need to know that here, like everywhere else, these artistic fields are like exclusive clubs that keep out women and foreigners. You don’t have what it takes to get in the door."  Step Two in Felicia Mihali's Practical Guide for New Canadians http://www.lindaleith.com/posts/view/220

"If you dream of becoming a writer, an actor, or a dancer, you need to know that here, like everywhere else, these artistic fields are like exclusive clubs that keep out women and foreigners. You don’t have what it takes to get in the door." Step Two in Felicia Mihali's Practical Guide for New Canadians http://www.lindaleith.com/posts/view/220

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