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Roz Chast’s Life Story: A Kunhardt Film Foundation Interview

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Cartoonist Roz Chast opens up about growing up in Brooklyn, being raised by her depression era parents, what led her to drawing and her inspirations. ...

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Cartoonist Roz Chast opens up about growing up in Brooklyn, being raised by her depression era parents, what led her to drawing and her inspirations. Topics explored are fear, humor and working with what you know.

Rosalind Chast is a staff cartoonist for The New Yorker. Since 1978, she has published more than 800 cartoons. Her work has appeared in numerous magazines through the years, including The Village Voice, National Lampoon, Scientific American, Harvard Business Review, Redbook and Mother Jones. In addition to collections of her New Yorker cartoons, Chast has written and illustrated a range of books. Her latest, Going Into Town: A Love Letter to New York (2017). Her first memoir, Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant? (2014) won a National Book Critics Circle Award and was shortlisted for a National Book Award.

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