• Roz Chast, Like All of Us, Has Recurring Dreams

    From Her New Graphic Memoir I Must Be Dreaming



    I Must Be Dreaming - Chast, Roz

    Excerpted from I Must Be Dreaming by Roz Chast. Copyright © 2o23. Available via Bloomsbury.

    Roz Chast
    Roz Chast
    Roz Chast grew up in Brooklyn. Her cartoons began appearing in the New Yorker in 1978. Since then, she has published more than one thousand cartoons in the magazine. She has written and illustrated many books, including What I Hate: From A to Z, I Must Be Dreaming, and the collections of her own cartoons The Party After You Left and Theories of Everything. She is the editor of The Best American Comics 2016 and the illustrator of Calvin Trillin's No Fair! No Fair! and Daniel Menaker's The African Svelte, all published in Fall 2016.

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