Sandra Bell-lundy

Sandra Bell-lundy


Canadian Sandra Bell-Lundy began her career as a cartoonist by creating comics for her university campus newspaper, a women’s networking newsletter, and newspaper ads.

After developing a cartoon strip loosely based on a group of her friends, she self-syndicated it to several southern Ontario dailies for four years.

In 1994, her comic Between Friends attracted the attention of King Features and is now syndicated worldwide to newspapers such as the Houston Chronicle, the Seattle Times, the Toronto Star, and the Hamilton Spectator. In addition to Canada and the United States, it appears in ten countries, including India, South Africa, Sweden, Jamaica, and Guam.

Sandra has received awards from the B.C. Association of Clinical Counselors and the North American Council on Adoptable Children for special story arcs she has written. She was also featured on the Canadian national morning show, Canada AM, for her story arc about domestic violence. Sandra utilized her Between Friends characters to assist the Canadian Cancer Society in their campaign to promote regular mammograms in the early detection of Breast Cancer. Between Friends, greeting cards are available online from Nobleworks Cards. ( ) Between Friends has also been collected in three books, and a special collection of Mom cartoons is available online at Amazon. (Have I Feigned Enough Listening)

Sandra lives in Welland, Ontario, with her husband, Tim.

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