The Road Toward Ruin: A Conversation with Neal Pollack

NEAL POLLACK, known to his fans as “The Greatest Living American Writer,” has had many incarnations in his literary life, from novelist to mystery writer to prolific memoirist. First, in his 2008 memoir Alternadad, Pollack reflects on his recent fatherhood and its incompatibility with his grumpy hipster persona. Next came the 2010, semi-satirical Stretch: The […] The post The Road Toward Ruin: A Conversation with Neal Pollack appeared first on Los Angeles Review of Books. Continue reading at 'Los Angeles Review of Books'

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