Can’t We Talk about Something More Pleasant? A Memoir by Roz Chast
The time is never right for this particular conversation. “Dad, could you pass the sweet potatoes? 356 more words
‘Tis the season of the best books list, with The New York Times publishing their own list Thursday.
The editors of The New York Times Book Review selected what they believe to be the ten best books of 2014. 147 more words
Jewish women have generally done well in America. From Emma Goldman to Erica Jong, Susan Sontag to Pink, they have broadened our cultural horizons. Sure, they are often portrayed in the media as JAPs (Jewish-American Princesses), like Cher in… 777 more words
‘Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?’ by Roz Chast a graphic memoir (2014) – 228 pages
Can you imagine a graphic memoir that contains cartoon pictures of the writer’s aged parents just after they have died? 395 more words