Sad to learn about the death of Doug Marlette, political and regular cartoonist, and fiction writer. Several years ago the Roger Williams Fellowship brought Doug up to D.C. to talk to us about religious liberty. He had some great words to say about free speech, his transition from icon to written word media, and baptistdom. I enjoyed reading his first novel, The Bridge, and will miss his whit, biting sarcasm and baptist heritage. His webpage contains links to his novels, cartoon, political cartoons and articles he has written or been written about him.
this is my favorite: