Born in Brooklyn, Roz Chast is best known for her cartoons for The New Yorker, many other magazines, and more than a dozen books. We note with pleasure how much she sounds like a Roz Chast cartoon: smart, funny, just a bit fretful, and thoroughly appealing. Maybe that’s because her cartoons have taught us to see things her way, to inhabit, if only briefly, her sensibility. What could be better?
- PERSON: Her father
- PLACE: Her first NYC apartment
- THING: The Merck Manual