Jacob Mendelsohn is the author of the short story collection All My Goodbyes. His stories have appeared in New York Stories, The Chariton Review and Carrier Pigeon. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, but is only mildly insufferable.
All of our stories are coming of age stories, no matter how old we are, and the beauty of a great coming of age story is that by the last act our hero has done that which we all desire: become their whole selves. Read More
By transposing Raymond Carver’s stories to Los Angeles, Robert Altman's Short Cuts fashions a narrative that is less about the Los Angeles of our collective imagination and more about the real LA most of us don’t care to know. Read More
A Serious Man isn't just a more personal Coen Brothers film; it is the personal Coen Brothers film, an investigation into their own heritage and what it means to be Jewish in mid-century America. Read More