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It's just a stack of big heavy books and laundry supplies in the doorway. No big deal.

One recent evening, as the adults in the household were getting ready for bed, my husband’s sock snagged on a tiny splinter of wood from the wood floor, right in the doorway to our room. 249 more words

The Good Life

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Roz Chast in The New Yorker

Life

Mar. 13, 2017 Issue

Max:  What do you suppose all of those people outside the gallery are discussing so animatedly?

Simon:  It can only be one thing: Bob Mankoff stepping down as Cartoon Editor. 2,617 more words

Single Panel Comics

Mr. Ordinary

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Roz Chast in The New Yorker

Life

Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?


Roz Chast’s memoir about her last years with her elderly parents is so true to life. Her story made me cringe, made me laugh, and made me cry for I could relate to all she had been through. 397 more words

Haiku, Scary Things (for Roz Chast)

“Balloons, Carnivals, – Elevators, Nightmares, Kites, – Quicksand, Tunnels, Heights”