Some of the best commentary on the Coronavirus pandemic I’ve been reading is the NewYorker.com.  I’ve found their cartoons, especially, describe the peculiar brand of anxiety I’ve been feeling, and the scattered attention it fosters. And in doing so, they expand my feeling of connection to others in this weird shared experience. I laugh as I think “That’s me!” A big relief.

The very BEST is Roz Chast’s Home Sweet Home (So Far)…and these panes from Comic Strip by Emily Flake “Parent” as a Verb: Quarantine Edition

Emily Flake for The New Yorker
Emily Flake for The New Yorker

The New Yorker

The New Yorker

The New Yorker

The New Yorker

 

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