World War I in Cartoons
"Bryant follows up his magisterial Second World War volume... brilliantly realised and often revelatory... a wonderful book." British Journalism Review
Dr Mark Bryant was born in Dorset, is a philosophy graduate of London University and has a PhD in History from the University of Kent. After more than a decade in literary and academic book publishing he turned freelance in 1987, working as an editor, writer, journalist, lecturer and exhibition curator. Honorary Secretary of the British Cartoonists' Association for nine years, he has been Secretary of the London Press Club since 2000. He has organised cartoon exhibitions, given lectures on the history of cartoons and served on the jury of international cartoon competitions in Poland, Slovakia, Yugoslavia, Germany, Hungary, Turkey, Egypt, Denmark, France, Belgium, Czech Republic, Italy, the UK and elsewhere and is the author of several books - including Dictionary of 20th Century British Cartoonists & Caricaturists, Dictionary of British Cartoonists & Caricaturists 1730-1980 (with S. Heneage) and God in Cartoons. He has also edited/compiled more than 30 short-story and cartoon collections (amongst other books), including MAC's Year (since 1990), 25 Years of MAC, The Complete Colonel Blimp, Vicky's Supermac, H.M.Bateman, Nicolas Bentley and The Comic Cruikshank. He lives in London.