Published March 11, 2013
A white, middle-aged male is deemed: not the target demographic. In his living room he ponders, "Guess I've got enough crap to last until I die."
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Roz Chast was born in Brooklyn and educated at the Rhode Island School of Design. She published her first New Yorker cartoon in 1978 and has gone on to contribute more than 10 covers and 500 cartoons to the magazine. Chast is the author of several collections and has also illustrated a number of children’s books, and her cartoons have appeared in other magazines from Redbook to The Harvard Business Review. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and their two children.