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David Wiley Miller (born April 15, 1951), an American cartoonist whose
work is characterized by wry wit and trenchant social satire, is best
known for his comic strip Non Sequitur, which he signs Wiley. Where was he born?
- Burbank, California
- Bridgeport, West Virginia
- Banger, Maine
2. Where did Wiley study art?
- Phoenix Art College
- Virginia Commonwealth University
- Minnesota Art Institute
3. In 1976, what newspaper did he go to work as an editorial cartoonist
and staff artist for?
- Greensboro News & Record
- Clarksburg Exponent-Telegram
- Phoenix New Times
4. In 1982, what was his first syndicated strip/
- Wiley's Wonders
5. In 1985, what newspaper hired him as an editorial cartoonist?
- Seattle Times
- San Francisco Examiner
- Philadelphia Inquirer
6. Who named Wiley as the Best Editorial Cartoonist in 1988?
- Washington Newspaper Publishers Association
- California Newspaper Publishers Association
- Pennsylvania Newspaper Publishers Association
7. He won the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award for editorial
cartooning in 1991.
8. In 1992, what award did the National Cartoonists Society give
- Newspaper Panel Cartoon Award
- Newspaper Best Writing
- Newspaper Comic Strip Award
9. Wiley won Best Newspaper Panel Cartoon for 1995, 1996 and 1998.
10. In 2004, Wiley Miller, his wife Victoria Coviello, and their four
Jack Russell terriers moved from Santa Barbara, California. Where did they
- Santa Fe, New Mexico
- Kennebunkport, Maine
- Durango, Colorado