About Peter Hyman

Peter Hyman is a contributing writer at Radar magazine and a regular contributor to The San Francisco Chronicle’s Book Review section and The Huffington Post's "Eat The Press." His journalism has appeared in dozens of national publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Observer, New York magazine, McsSweeney's and Slate.com. He is the author of The Reluctant Metrosexual: Dispatches from an Almost Hip Life. If you are really bored, you can learn more at pdhyman.com.

How the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Got Me Dumped

How the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Got Me Dumped
By May 8, 2007

Fifteen years ago, before the death of irony and cassette tapes, I fell in love with a girl while living on a kibbutz in Israel. At least it felt like love at the time. Like the affair itself, my arrival … Read More

Reclaiming the Nebbish

Reclaiming the Nebbish
By March 12, 2007

Despite a long history of persecution, modern Jews have it pretty cushy today. We own the banks, obviously. We also control the media (as recently confirmed by Judith Regan), which supports our long-term goal of world domination, as does our … Read More