At Home With The New Yorker's Resident Cartoonist Roz Chast

From The New Yorker:

Roz Chast published her first cartoon in The New Yorker in 1978; the spread in this week’s issue marks her one thousand two hundred and sixty-seventh. On a blisteringly cold, recent winter morning, we rode the train to Connecticut and stepped inside her colorful and cartoon-filled home to talk about her parrots, her obsessions, her canned-food collection, and how she creates her drawings.

Making 1,267 of anything is an impressive feat, but creating that many cartoons, each one being relevant and witty up to the standards of The New Yorker, is something extraordinary.

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