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I Guess Ya Had to Be There

By Roz Chast, one of my favorite cartoonists from The New Yorker:

Humor

Summer Book Club Week 10: Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?

Guidelines for the Summer Book Club: if you’ve read this book, what did you think?  If not, what are you reading this week? Please comment, or post on your own blog and link in the comments below. 1,154 more words

Education

New book alert: Roz Chast's new book explores a heavy topic with a light (and artistic) hand.

Fans of The New Yorker are probably familiar with the work of Roz Chast, whose cartoons have appeared in the publication since 1978. She has such a distinct aesthetic style, and in my mind, her work is one of the (wonderful) hallmarks of the weekly magazine. 330 more words

Books

In commemoration of my fourth anniversary of blogging

“Blog Breakdown” by Roz Chast

(Published in The New Yorker, September 26, 2011)

Writing

Can't we talk about something more pleasant? : a memoir

From  Margaret Mezzacapo
Author:  Roz Chast
Title:  Can’t we talk about something more pleasant? : a memoir 
You’ve undoubtedly seen Roz Chast’s artwork and cartoons, and probably derived pleasure and a few laughs from them. 170 more words

Nonfiction

Mimi Pond--Over Easy (2014)

SOUNDTRACK: ANDREW HEWITT-“A Boy Held Up with String” (2014).

Yesterday I mentioned the soundtrack to The Double.  The score was composed by Andrew Hewitt, and this is one of the more popular pieces from the film. 797 more words

Marriage Trouble