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Conversations with Authors & Scholars Informing the World in Major Ways


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Lady Anne Somerset says Passion Shaped Birth of Great Britain

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Newsweek's Janine di Giovanni: Dispatches from Syria

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Pulitzer-Prize winning Historian Edward Larson on America's First (and last) Presidential Campaign

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Chatelaines of Highclere Rescue, Liberate and Deliver Castle in New Book

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Historian Anne Sebba Discovers an American Woman at the Heart of Britain’s National Identity

Conversations with Scholars & Authors Informing the World in Major Ways


Confessions of a Cuban Boy. A Conversation with Carlos Eire

Rio de Janeiro on the Brink. A Conversation with Julianna Barbassa

A Conversation with Shell Oil President John Hofmeister

The Center for American Progress says Education Bubble Adversely Affecting U.S. Economy

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  • Contributors
    • Matthew Flacks

      London Bureau Chief

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      Angela Gala

      Contributor

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      Dayland Vanderlyden

      Contributor

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      Emily Valine

      Columnist

    • Dixon Van Sant

      Features Editor

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      Paige Record

      Contributor

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      Sean O’Connor

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      Kim Green

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    • Dylan Smith

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      Ashley Mahoney

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    • Editor in Chief

    • New York Bureau Chief

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      Joel McPhee

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      Laura Brown

      Columnist

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      Scott Shail

      Legal Affairs

    • Brenda Wensil

      Washington Bureau Chief

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      Chris Wilder

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      Kelly Hynes

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      David Record

      Publisher at Large

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  • Editorial Mission

    Charlatan Magazine

    Editorial Mission

    In 17th century France a man named Tabarin performed for the Royal Court. He sang, danced, told jokes and with stories otherwise improvised his role as the first and most famous Parisian Charlatan. Though he performed exclusively for the House of Bourbon by day, it was by night that he took to the streets: digesting what he’d learned and seen at Court with the clever disguise of street performance. While political gatherings were considered unlawful in the Middle Ages, his audiences are believed by historians to be among the “Whispers to the French Revolution.”

    Charlatan Magazine was conceived during the 2008 election year as both a reaction and response to the State of California’s Proposition 8. Herein Church, State, and Law collided in what is described as the only instance in US history where civil and pre-existing rights were taken away from a specific and targeted minority. But when a consortium of Citizen Journalists determined to merge current events with philosophical commentary on business, society, politics, religion and style, they effectively fused the chasm between liberal and conservative ideals into a canon of one news source.

    Thus, it is the sole and singular mission of Charlatan Magazine to introduce the Ladies and Gentlemen of the world: to chronicle their history, connect their concerns, indemnify their customs and to direct, enlighten and endow the approach to Politics as Lifestyle.

  • Creed

    Charlatan Magazine

    Creed

    We believe News and Information is a Public Trust.
    That Citizen Journalist is the Steward of that Trust, and
    Therefore Entitled to Report
    From His and Her Culture
    To the Common Welfare

  • FAQ

    Charlatan Magazine

    Frequently Asked Questions



    What is Charlatan Magazine?

    Apple, Android and Amazon confirm that Charlatan is a Politics, Culture & Style Magazine for the Digital Age. Composed of digitally interactive pages of current affairs and international news, its focus on business, society, politics, religion and style address the culture and concerns of a global community.

    What is Charlatan Magazine’s Circulation?

    Charlatan Magazine has an approximate 80,000 subscribers.

    Where is Charlatan Magazine sold?

    Charlatan Magazine on the iPad and iPhone / Apple Store
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    Charlatan Magazine on the Google Nexus / The Android Market
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    Is Charlatan Magazine on Twitter?

    Charlatan has 125,000+ followers at Twitter.com/CharlatanMag

    How often is Charlatan Magazine published?

    Charlatan presents 12 campaigns per year.

    Does Charlatan appear in print?

    Charlatan transitioned from its original print to digital format in order to reach its global markets in May 2011.

    How old is Charlatan Magazine?

    Charlatan first appeared under the shadow of the Hearst Empire as a free 32 page glossy in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2008. It grew regionally, and, thereafter, internationally with the advent of digital media.

    How much does Charlatan Magazine cost?

    Charlatan sells for $5.99 USD per year.

    What is Charlatan Magazine’s Demographic?

    Charlatan is a General Interest publication appropriate for 18+ and actively sells, downloads and circulates in 30+ countries around the world:
    United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Great Britain, France, The Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Turkey, Greece, Saudi Arabia, India, South Africa, China, Vietnam, Singapore, Japan, Indonesia, New Zealand, Russia, Philippines, Ukraine,
    Oman, United Arab Emirates, Israel

    Where is Charlatan Magazine’s Headquarters?

    United States of America

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