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Doonesbury Q&A

The Hartford Curant has a Q&A session with Garry Trudeau. He and his wife, Jane Pauley, are the honorary chairmen of the Annual Fall Gala of the Mark Twain House and Museum.

Trudeau spoke about his strip – which debuted in 1970, won the first Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning in 1975, appears in about 700 newspapers and has had book, animated film, Broadway musical and even raspberry-flavored Ben & Jerry’s sorbet versions – via e-mail with Courant Books Editor Carole Goldberg.

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