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.

The Big Jewcy: Edith Zimmerman – TheHairpin.com

By June 7, 2011

As media mavens go, Edith Zimmerman might just be your hero. Read More

Michael Chabon Sells Show To HBO

By March 8, 2011

Move over Boardwalk Empire, Michael Chabon comes to HBO. Read More

Jewcy Top 10 Fiction Books Of 2010

By December 21, 2010

We admit that 2010 was Jonathan Franzen’s year, but there were a bunch of books we liked a whole lot more. Read More

Weekly Yiderati: Jews Dominate “Best Of” Lists, David Grossman Videos, Fran Lebowitz Lists Avi Steinberg Blogs And More

By December 9, 2010

Our weekly lit roundup includes best of lists for 2010, David Grossman video interviews, Avi Steinberg blogging about being embarrassed, books Sam Lipsyte read, and more. Read More

Paul Auster Meets Gilmore Girls In This Review Of “Sunset Park”

By December 2, 2010

Reviewer attempts to discuss new book by her favorite author, ends up talking about Gilmore Girls. Read More

Jewcy Interviews: Nicole Krauss

By October 27, 2010

The National Book Award nominee in a very candid one on one conversation about writing, and her newest book, “Great House” Read More

Urban Honey: Keeping Bees in NYC

By September 7, 2010

Text by Juliet Linderman Photos by Jesse Untracht-Oakner There are certain things we can see and touch, but seem unbelievable: the way that barley, hops and cereal grains ferment and become beer; how grapes shrivel in the sun to become raisins; … Read More

Jewcy Interviews: Gabriel Levinson, Founder of the Book Bike Project

By July 19, 2010

Gabriel Levinson is the founder of the Book Bike project, a library on wheels-a tricycle, to be exact-that travels around Chicago distributing free literature to those interested. His project, which originated in July of 2008, has evolved into something even … Read More