If you like biographies of quirky people (e.g., of Will Short who is the puzzle editor of the New York Times) or just plain people who have dream jobs, especially ones you could never qualify to do and didn't even realize they existed, then How About Never is for you. Even if not, it's a wonderful read about growing up in New York to become the cartoon editor of the New Yorker. And it's told in prose but punctuated with cartoons that carry the story along. The only thing one might be critical of about it is that it's a very fast page-turning read.
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