May 2nd - I've written a piece about Musa Kart and the #FreeTurkeyMedia campaign for TIME.
April 3rd - Last week my cartoon in solidarity with Musa Kart, held without trial in Turkey for over 150 days, appeared on the front page of Cumhuriyet newspaper.
It's one of a dozens from international cartoonists that have been used in Musa's usual spot, vacated since his arrest last year. I'm honoured to be in the company of so many who have taken up their pens to express concern over his future.
In the coming month several human rights and freedom of expression organisations - chiefly Amnesty International but also Article 19, Index on Censorship, PEN International and my own, Cartoonists Rights Network International, are calling for cartoons as part of the #FreeTurkeyMedia campaign.
April will see a sustained focus on the hundreds of media workers that have suffered dismissal from work, harassment, arrest or imprisonment in Turkey under the emergency powers introduced by President Erdoğan's government since last summer's attempted coup, climaxing in World Press Freedom Day on May 3rd.
I would encourage all cartoonists to get involved, bearing the following in mind. Cartoons that focus on the broader issue of censorship or the plight of the media workers themselves are more likely to attract the support of the official campaign than any that could antagnoist the Turkish government and thereby worsen the situation for those whose welfare we are most concerned about.