Ken Maynard (cartoonist)

Ken Maynard (cartoonist)

Ken Maynard (born in Albury, New South Wales in 1928 - died on 29 September 1998 in Gold Coast, Queensland) was an Australian cartoonist.

Originally a police officer, he got his break as a cartoonist in 1958 contributing his Ettamogah Pub cartoons to the Australasian Post. They became a main feature of the magazine and his cartoons were run until its last edition.

These cartoons were the inspiration for a chain of Ettamogah Pubs throughout Australia. There are Ettamogah Pubs in Sydney, Albury-Wodonga, Sunshine Coast and Cunderdin.

He died on 29 September 1998 due to liver cancer.


* " [ Around the Ettamogah pub. Book no. 1] " / by Ken Maynard (1972)
* " [ Ettamogah pub mob] " / Ken Maynard (1985, ISBN 0-909917-59-0 )
* " [ The great Australian sandwich] " / Tony Johnston, cartoons by Ken Maynard & WEG (1991?, ISBN 0-646-05674-3)
* " [ Ken Maynard cartoons: a nostalgic look back on Ken's cartoons as appearing in 'Australasian post'] " (1978)
* " [ Ken Maynard cartoons 101 to 164: a collection of "Ned & his Neddy" as appearing in "Australasian Post"] " / Ken Maynard (1978)
* " [ The mob from Ettamogah Pub, or, Ned and his Neddy] " / Ken Maynard (197?)
* " [ The pub & the scrub] " / Neil Hulm with illustrations by Ken Maynard (1987, ISBN 0-9590032-2-3)

External links

* [ Australasian Post Info]

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