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Posted at 10:01 AM ET, 08/11/2010

ASK 'DOONESBURY': Now's your chance to ask Garry Trudeau a question

"In the past four decades, 'Doonesbury' creator Garry Trudeau has rarely been available for interviews. Now is your chance to interview him."

So promises the wording on the "Ask Doonesbury" page, where readers can go to submit their question for the Pulitzer-winning cartoonist.

As the site notes, Oct. 26 will mark "Doonesbury's" 40th anniversary. "To celebrate," the syndicate says, "we're offering readers the rare opportunity to interview Garry Trudeau. Submit your question below. Trudeau will select 15 questions to answer -- and one of them may be yours!"

Readers can submit their questions through Sunday. Near the anniversary, Trudeau's responses will be available for public consumption.

By  |  10:01 AM ET, 08/11/2010

Categories:  The Comic Strip, The Comic Strip | Tags:  Doonesbury, Garry Trudeau

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