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Going into Town includes a section on New York City's infamous water bugs, which are even bigger than cockroaches. Roz Chast/Bloomsbury hide caption

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Cartoonist Roz Chast Draws A 'Love Letter' To New York City, Cockroaches And All

The New Yorker cartoonist channels her affection for the city into a new tongue-in-cheek guidebook, Going Into Town. "It's just fun," Chast says of New York. "Everything seems to suggest stories."

Going into Town includes a section on New York City's infamous water bugs, which are even bigger than cockroaches. Roz Chast/Bloomsbury hide caption

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Cartoonist Roz Chast Draws A 'Love Letter' To New York City, Cockroaches And All

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