About Juliet Linderman

Juliet Linderman is a writer, reporter and Jewess living in Brooklyn, New York. She is originally from San Francisco, California. Juliet currently works as the managing editor of The Greenpoint Gazette, and freelances from time to time. Her work has appeared in the Village Voice, Caravan Magazine, Kitchen Sink, The Rumpus, Vol. 1 Brooklyn and the McSweeney’s San Francisco Panorama, among others.

Happy Bithday Larry David — I Sorta Hate You

By July 2, 2010

As a Jew, I know I’m supposed to unabashedly and unapologetically love Larry David. I’m supposed to revere him as some sort of king of nonsense, of quintessentially farcical Jewishness. Curb Your Enthusiasm is kind of the Jewish version of … Read More

Operation Shylock

By June 23, 2010

There have been many, many Jews in show biz over the years, on the silver screen and on the stage, behind the scenes and behind the scripts, but perhaps non has publicly represented and portrayed the Tribe more famously-and with … Read More

Jewcy Interviews: Jesse Eisenberg

Jewcy Interviews: Jesse Eisenberg
By May 17, 2010

In his new film Holy Rollers, the endearingly sheepish Jesse Eisenberg-who has also starred in such film favorites as the Squid and the Whale, Adventureland and Zombieland-portrays Sam Gold, a 20-year-old Hasidic Jew living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in the late … Read More

Jewcy Goes Traif

By April 21, 2010

If you’re going to do something unholy you might as well go all the way. With the sound of the Shofar blowing in the distance, somewhere deep in the south side of town, three Jews found themselves in Williamsburg on … Read More

Jewcy Interview: Michael Muhammad Knight’s Own Personal Islam

By April 20, 2010

Like many adolescents I had a brief flirtation with religion, followed immediately by a much less brief flirtation with punk rock. I was born in San Francisco, California, to a pair of Brooklyn Jews. Our household was entirely secular; Friday … Read More