Back in the 1970’s, Neal Pollack was living with Robert Mapplethorpe, Joey Ramone, Patti Smith and Lou Reed at the Chelsea Hotel. He remembers the old days fondly, though his memory tends to get a bit fuzzy with the details.
For years, Neal Pollack has searched for a writer’s life, literary fame and a wife who will cook him a chicken. Someday, if the ghost of Raymond Carver lets him, he just might manage to find all three.
Writer and comedian Amy Schumer is getting a reported $9 million for her first memoir. Writer, comedian and self-proclaimed Schumer ghostwriter Neal Pollack has been drawing inspiration for the memoir from one of the masters of the form.
With the arrival of the Pope, Neal Pollack imagines the address the pontiff would deliver to the Jewish people.
Neil Pollack’s son, who’s turning 13 on Halloween, won’t be having a bar mitzvah. But it’s not as though his parents didn’t try.
In this original screenplay, Neal Pollack offers a tongue-in-cheek interpretation of the new David Foster Wallace biopic, ‘The End of The Tour’ — with himself as the lead.
A third novel from Harper Lee, a page-turner about the War on Hannukah and 700 pages about Joan Didion. Neal Pollack highlights what you should read this summer (even if it doesn’t actually exist).
“Jurassic World” is off to the races as this summer’s first blockbuster film. Neal Pollack is determined to find a Jewish story in the film — even if he has to stay awake through the whole thing in order to do it.
In a land of cannibal slavers, where marauding vampire maniacs patrol the land, Mad Max is on a mission to find a decent bagel with schmear. Max Stein, that is.
Neal Pollack recently moved to Los Angeles without leaving New York. And got married without tying the knot. He contemplates the value of the choices we make or don’t make.