A budding epistolary romance between Neal Pollack and Natalie Portman is interrupted by a disapproving Jonathan Safran Foer.
Once, our hero was just an ordinary Jew, doing what he thought was good for Judaism and Israel. Then came Donald Trump and he knew something had to be done. That’s what Neal Pollack became a “Renegade Jew.”
The new Richard Linklater film “Everybody Wants Some!!” has received near-universal praise. But for Austinite Neal Pollack, the celebration of jock culture brought back a whole lot of unwanted memories.
Neal Pollack argues that we need a new Saul Bellow. After all, he was getting pretty sick of the old one. Also, a new IPhone would come in handy.
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.