Marlette, Doug(las Nigel)

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MARLETTE, Doug(las Nigel)

MARLETTE, Doug(las Nigel). American, b. 1949. Genres: Cartoons. Career: Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, NC, editorial cartoonist, 1972-87; creator and author of comic strip "Kudzu," 1981-; Constitution, Atlanta, GA, editorial cartoonist, 1987-89; Newsday, NYC, editorial cartoonist, 1989-. Appeared on television programs and radio shows. Publications: CARTOON COLLECTIONS: (as Marlette) The Emperor Has No Clothes, 1976; (as Marlette) Drawing Blood: Political Cartoons, 1980; Kudzu, 1982; Preacher: The Wit and Wisdom of Reverend Will B. Dunn, 1984; It's a Dirty Job-But Somebody Has to Do It! Cartoons, 1984; Just a Simple Country Preacher: More Wit and Wisdom of Reverend Will B. Dunn, 1985; There's No Business Like Soul Business, 1987; Shred This Book! The Scandalous Cartoons of Doug Marlette, 1988; I Am Not a Televangelist! The Continuing Saga of Reverend Will B. Dunn, 1988; A Doublewide with a View: The Kudzu Chronicles, 1989; 'Til Stress Do Us Part: A Guide to Modern Love by Reverend Will B. Dunn, 1989; In Your Face: A Cartoonist at Work, 1991; Even White Boys Get the Blues: Kudzu's First Ten Years, 1992; Faux Bubba Bill & Hillary Goes to Washington, 1993. OTHER: The before and after Book (for children), 1992; The Bridge (novel), 2002. Address: New York Newsday, 2 Park Ave., Rm 601, New York, NY 10016-5679, U.S.A.

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