P. S. Mueller draws lots of cartoons.
Since 1969, when Mueller began contributing his awful drawings to the Daily Egyptian at Southern Illinois University-Cabondale, his cartoons have appeared in scores of alternative weeklies, magazines and books, as well as in the hallucinations of total strangers.
Today he contributes to: The New Yorker, Reader's Digest, Field and Stream, Brand Week, the Funny Times, The Onion, and numerous alternative publications and journals.
But he's also kind of antsy and has worked for many years in radio and as a writer. Since 1999 he has co-written and delivered the Onion Radio News as anchor/savant Doyle Redland. (That's not his photo you see in their ads. It's another, prettier middle-aged guy who looks more like a real news reader.)
Mueller also writes a regular column for Rosebud, a literary journal that has been completely taken in by him for several years.
He lives in Madison Wisconsin with one very tolerant wife and two peculiar cats.