Cartoonist tackles Texas stereotypes in new humorous book

AUSTIN (KXAN/KNVA) —Pulitzer Prize winner cartoonist for the Houston Chronicle, Nick Anderson, has published a unique book featuring illustrations of cartoons that any Texan can relate to. ‘You Might Be From Texas If’ is Anderson’s recent published work that features cartoons showcasing the great state of Texas.

You may have see some of Anderson’s cartoons on The New York Times as well as other publications such as USA today and The Washington Post.

Watch the video above for his interview.

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