Trudeau, Garry (B)
TRUDEAU, Garry (B)
TRUDEAU, Garry (B). American, b. 1948. Genres: Humor/Satire. Career: Creator of Doonesbury cartoons, syndicated in 400 newspapers in U.S.A. Recipient: Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartoon, 1975. Publications: Still a Few Bugs in the System, 1972; The President Is a Lot Smarter Than You Think 1973; Doonesbury, 1973; But This War Had Such Promise, 1973; Call Me When You Find America, 1973; Don't Ever Change, Boopsie, 1974; Guilty, Guilty, Guilty, 1974; Even Revolutionaries Like Chocolate Chip Cookies, 1974; Joanie, 1974; Dare to Be Great, Ms. Caucus, 1975; I Have No Son, 1975; What Do We Have for the Witnesses, Johnnie, 1975; Wouldn't a Gremlin Have Been More Sensible?, 1975; (with N. von Hoffman) We'll Take It from Here, Sarge, 1975; The Doonesbury Chronicles, 1975; (with David Leventhal) Hitler Moves East, 1977; As the Kid Goes for Broke, 1977; Any Grooming Hints for Your Fans, Rollie?, 1978; Doonesbury Greatest Hits, 1978; You're Never Too Old for Nuts and Berries, 1978; But the Pension Fund Was Just Sitting There, 1979; We're Not Out of the Woods Yet, 1979; And That's My Final Offer, 1980; A Tad Overweight, But Violet Eyes to Die For, 1980; He's Never Heard of You, Either, 1981; In Search of Reagan's Brain, 1981; The People's Doonesbury, 1981; Adjectives Will Cost You Extra, 1982; Ask for May, Settle for June, 1982; Gotta Run, My Government Is Collapsing, 1982; Unfortunately She Was Also Wired for Sound, 1982; The Wreck of the Rusty Nail, 1983; You Give Great Meeting, Sid, 1983; Dressed for Failure, I See, 1984; Sir, I'm Worried about Your Mood Swings, 1984; Doonesbury: A Musical Comedy, 1984; Check Your Egos at the Door, 1985; Rap Master Ronnie, 1986; Doonesbury Deluxe, 1987; Downtown Doonesbury, 1987; Talkin' about My G-G-Generation, 1988; We're Eating More Beets!, 1988; Give Them Nymphs Some Hooters!, 1989; Read My Lips, Make My Day, Eat Quiche, and Die!, 1989; Recycled Doonesbury: Second Thoughts on a Guilded Age, 1990; You're Smokin' Now, Mr. Butts!, 1990. Address: c/o Universal Press Syndicate, 4520 Main St., Kansas City, MO 64111, U.S.A.