Catching Up With…Roz Chast

                      Roz Chast has been contributing her work to The New Yorker since 1978 when she burst on the scene in the magazine’s pages causing a mixture of excitement and in some quarters, just a little confusion.  The veteran New Yorker cartoonist, Charles Saxon, a giant in the  magazine’s ranks,

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The Street Where They Lived

          When I moved to Manhattan in the fall of 1976, just out of college, I was on a mission to be published by The New Yorker.  Little did I know when I  rented an apartment at 113 West 11th Street,  that I had moved to a street that was home, at one time or another, 

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Liza Donnelly on Women on Men

    Liza Donnelly, the long time New Yorker cartoonist recently spoke with me, her husband, about her forthcoming book, Women On Men, and her recent trip to France, where she was invited to participate in  the Forum d’Avigon. Michael Maslin:  Women On Men is your sixteenth book.  How does this one differ from your last book, When Do They

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