Roz Chast in The New Yorker
1 week, 4 days ago
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
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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
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Notes on the American Empire
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“Balloons, Carnivals, – Elevators, Nightmares, Kites, – Quicksand, Tunnels, Heights”
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The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally
Whenever I look at the news, I encounter people telling me why I should be afraid.
Should I be afraid of that?
These days, I am more afraid than usual because of the political situation in the U.S. 218 more words
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