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FEBRUARY 04, 2009
REV-UP service brings free comics to websites
Put some vroom behind your online revenue with Creators comics and our new Rev-Up revenue-sharing service!
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FEBRUARY 04, 2009
Margo Howard's letter to Amy Dickinson
Dear Amy: I have a problem. My distress has actually been going on since 2002, the year my mother died. As many people know, my mother was Ann Landers, and she was Ann Landers for 47 years. That's a long time to build a brand and build a brand she did. Because the name "Ann Landers" was iconic in the second half of the 20th century, people often tell me whenever they hear or see the name now -- seven years after her death. Alas, mostly they are hearing it from you. And therein lies my problem.
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DECEMBER 05, 2008
New Book by Jan Denise
Writer, journalist, columnist author and speaker Jan Denise has a new book, "Innately Good," that releases this month. Christine Northrup, M.D. calls it, "an absolutely wonderful book, full of wisdom, great stories, and the kind of truth that will set you free."
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NOVEMBER 05, 2008
Slapstik Magazine interviews Randy Glasbergen
Times may be lean, but "Thin Lines" cartoonist Randy Glasbergen draws a healthy living as a freelance artist. Slapstik magazine recently got the skinny on the "Thin Lines" cartoon and talked to Glasbergen about his life as a freelancer.
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OCTOBER 01, 2008
Dog Eat Doug collection now available
It's two thumbs and four paws up for Dog Eat Doug, whose new comic collection is available this month. The collection is a family-friendly and heartwarming chronicle of the blossoming relationship between Sophie, the family dog, and Doug, the new baby. Food bowls are left empty and egos are tested when spoiled, "only dog" Sophie suddenly finds herself forced to share the house and the attention.
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SEPTEMBER 19, 2008
On a Claire Day Features Character With Life-Threatening Kidney Disease
This week On a Claire Day brings one of the most common, life-threatening, genetic diseases you've never heard of to newspapers nationwide.
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DECEMBER 09, 2007
Daddy's Home moves in.
Daddy's Home, an immensely popular new strip by veterans Gary Markstein and Tony Rubino, brings home a change to one newspaper's comics page this month.
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AUGUST 26, 2008
New Novak Column: Avoiding a Lieberman Disaster
Creators Syndicate is pleased to announce that Robert D. Novak will be writing occasional columns. All his groundbreaking election analysis will be available on creators.com. Read it here first.
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DECEMBER 08, 2007
We Love Cagney! Fan Letters Pour in for Deering and Newcombe's Zack Hill
Since his arrival a little over a year ago, the character of Cagney has been an overwhelming fan favorite of the already popular comic strip Zack Hill, by John Deering and John Newcombe.
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NOVEMBER 01, 2003
Olympics 2008: Coverage, Controversy and Caricature.
Not since 1936 have the Olympics garnered such global controversy. Creators covers the crux of the controversy and the heart of the games with award-winning columnists, cartoonists and inspired commentary.
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NOVEMBER 02, 2006
David Harsanyi Joins Creators Syndicate
Noted author and respected columnist David Harsanyi joins the Creators team today for his national syndication debut. No stranger to the media, Harsanyi challenges traditional -- and oftentimes predictable -- ideology with his weekly columns.
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AUGUST 06, 2008
"Rheostat Warfare": An Interview With Gen. David Petraeus
Creators Syndicate columnist Austin Bay interviewed General David Petraeus in his column this week. Petraeus stressed the "incremental" nature of succeeding in Iraq, calling it "a Sisyphean endeavor at times where you do make two steps up and one step back ..."
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AUGUST 04, 2008
Robert D. Novak Announces Retirement From Syndicated Column
Robert D. Novak announced today that he is retiring from writing his column, Inside Report, distributed by Creators Syndicate, due to the dire prognosis resulting from his recent diagnosis of a brain tumor.
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DECEMBER 08, 2007
Creators Columnist Connie Schultz Lands an Exclusive with Michelle Obama
When Michelle Obama sat with Creators columnist Connie Schultz for this Sunday's exclusive, politics took a back seat as authenticity moved front and center.
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JULY 15, 2008
Goodbye, Tony Snow: Writer, Father, Friend
Creators Syndicate is proud to offer the following tribute to Tony Snow. The column was written by Laura Mazer, Mr. Snow's long-time editor and friend. Tony Snow was syndicated by Creators from 1993 to 2000, and resumed his column in the Spring of 2005. He continued writing for Creators until he joined the Bush administration as Press Secretary in April 2006.
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JULY 15, 2008
Margo Howard's Sage Advice Enters a New Venue
Margo Howard's wildly popular advice column "Dear Margo" reaches millions of readers in print and online, but this fall her words of wisdom will fall on a new set of ears when Pat Watson brings the "Dear Margo" column into her fifth-grade classroom.
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JULY 02, 2008
Scary Gary Brings a Feast of Fright to the Funnies.
Creators Syndicate launched Scary Gary, the highly anticipated, darkly humorous comic strip from Mark Buford on June 16th. Prior to the comic's launch, however, Buford's name had already been buzzing in the ears of B-movie fans and throughout the science fiction community. The macabre humor and monstrous characters make the comic a natural favorite with sci-fi fans, and Buford sat down with John C. Snider of www.scifidimensions.com prior to the comic's launch.
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JUNE 16, 2008
And He's Off! David Sirota's
With a mere two weeks since its publication, David Sirota's, "The Uprising: An Unauthorized Tour of the Populist Revolt Scaring Wall Street and Washington" hit The New York Times best-seller list Sunday at No. 20. Though Sirota is no stranger to the NYT best-seller list - having clenched a coveted position in 2006 with "Hostile Takeover" - "The Uprising" continues to rise to the top of critics' lists.
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MAY 28, 2008
Creators Syndicate To Purchase Copley News Service
Creators Syndicate and The Copley Press, Inc. today announced the companies have reached an agreement for Creators Syndicate to purchase Copley News Service. The sale will allow Creators to add Copley's award-winning features to its current lineup, expand the reach of its existing columnists and cartoonists to Copley's established subscriber network, and merge Copley assets and content with Creators.
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MAY 28, 2008
The Article. The Woman. The Uproar. How Lenore Skenazy Launched a Movement Into the Global Spotlight.
The April publication of "Why I Let My 9-Year-Old Ride the Subway Alone" thrust Skenazy's parenting styles into the limelight and landed her in a pit of controversy. Less than two months after the flurry created by the initial article, however, Skenazy finds herself not in a pit but at the top of a heretofore-obscure movement.
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