Neal Pollack

Neal Pollack is the author of the just-released novel Jewball, two memoirs, Alternadad (2007) and Stretch (2010), and several books of satirical fiction including The Neal Pollack Anthology of American Literature (2002) and Never Mind the Pollacks (2003). He is also the editor of Chicago Noir (Akashic Books, 2005).


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Out of the Past

I would come to the Parker novels with fresh, innocent eyes, like a newborn fawn staring at the world for the first time, or at a pair of headlights....

Out of the Past
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