Since joining The New Yorker in 1978, Roz Chast has established herself as one of our greatest artistic chroniclers of the anxieties, superstitions, furies, and insecurities of modern life. Join us for a conversation with the author/artist of more than a dozen books, including the best-selling "Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?" which chronicles her relationship with her aging parents as they shifted from independence to dependence.
Chast's work is included in a pop-up graphic medicine exhibit - Death Panels: Comics That Help Us Face End of Life - that is at the 53rd Street branch of The New York Public Library during Reimagine.
With support from Natan