In the past 20 years, I've published many articles in many publications, most of which either have no value whatsoever or are unavailable online. But I'll provide a few links here so you can get a little snack of what I do.
Sometimes I write sports pieces for Slate.com.
Here's one about the all-you-can-eat pavilion at Dodger Stadium.
This one, about the "cult of the general manager," was selected for the Best American Sports Writing 2006 collection by Michael Lewis.
And here's a piece I wrote for The New York Times' now-deceased sports magazine, Play, about a certain fantasy-sports obsession of mine.
Also from the Times:
A piece about shedding my "persona."
And here's my "Neal Pollack Dance Party" piece, from back when I was a professional parenting humorist.
I used to do a column for Nerve.com called "Bad Sex With Neal Pollack."
This is a piece about a certain shameful fetish.
Oh, there's a bunch more out there, but I'd be remiss if I didn't mention the entire archive of my work at The Chicago Reader, which comprised most of my literary output in the 90s.
Man, I wrote a lot of articles in the 90s.