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“Postmortemistical” Look: The Memory of Things and the Traces of Personhood in Roz Chast and Ben Katchor -- Abstract

Here is the abstract of the paper I’m going to present at the Ninth International Graphic Novel and Comics Conference, Retro! Time, Memory, Nostalgia, @ 378 more words


Book Review - Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?

Book Review # 8 – Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant? (Roz Chast)


Hilarious, deeply sad, moving, and slightly disgusting all at once. A memoir by Roz Chast, this graphic novel shares her experience navigating the old age and eventual deaths of both of her parents. 52 more words

Book Review

Day 1859: That was then, this is now

January was then,  February is now.

That was February 1st when I took those photos, this is now February 2nd, Groundhog Day, and my 65th birthday. 102 more words

Personal Growth

Still January

I’m quoting Roz Chast’s bleak advent calendar for this darkest of all months: January 22, “Still January.” It is one of the few months that I want to pass quickly, though it never does. 

What I'm Reading

Worry, You Shouldn't


Roz Chast in The New Yorker




Roz Chast in The New Yorker