There S Something Thrilling About Seeing People Invent New Ways To Tell Their Story To Me, It S Proof That The Art Form Of Comics Is Healthy It Lives And Grows And Reinvents Itself It S Alive Roz Chast, From The Introduction FEATURING Lynda Barry, Kate Beaton, Cece Bell, Genevi Ve Elverum, Ben Katchor, John Porcellino, Joe Sacco, Adrian Tomine, Chris Ware, Julia Wertz, And Others Roz Chast, Guest Editor, Was Born In Brooklyn, New York Her Cartoons Began Appearing In The New Yorker In 1978 Since Then She Has Published Hundreds Of Cartoons And Written Or Illustrated Than A Dozen Books Her Memoir Can T We Talk About Something More Pleasant Was A 1 New York Times Bestseller And A 2014 National Book Award Finalist Bill Kartalopoulos, Series Editor, Is A Comics Critic, Educator, Curator, And Editor He Teaches Courses About Comics At Parsons And At The School Of Visual Arts He Lives In Brooklyn, New York For Information Please Visit On Panel.com.
Rosalind Roz Chast is an American cartoonist and a staff cartoonist for The New Yorker She grew up in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn, the only child of an assistant principal and a high school teacher Her earliest cartoons were published in Christopher Street and The Village Voice In 1978 The New Yorker accepted one of her cartoons and has since published than 800 She also publishes c
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