Jay Neugeboren

Jay Neugeboren is the author of 23 books. His stories and essays have appeared in The New York Review of Books, The Atlantic, and The New York Times and have been reprinted in Best American Short Stories and The O. Henry Prize Stories. His latest novel, After Camus, was published earlier this year.

Lunching With Rabi

An afternoon spent in the company of an illustrious physicist

By Jay Neugeboren | Friday March 22, 2024

Enough Already with the Trauma

Learning to live with your inner mishegas

By Jay Neugeboren | Monday November 14, 2022

Whatever Happened to Frankie King?

A tale of Brooklyn, basketball, brothers, and madness

By Jay Neugeboren | Thursday September 30, 2021

Delta Force

A Grandfather’s Tale

By Jay Neugeboren | Saturday August 21, 2021

Our Posthumous Lives

So many important things must wait

By Jay Neugeboren | Monday May 18, 2020

Trade Winds

I thought tenure meant I could retire with the team that drafted me

By Jay Neugeboren | Monday March 2, 2020

The Ultimate Pawn Sacrifice

My brother’s life mirrored that of Bobby Fischer, the deeply troubled chess master

By Jay Neugeboren | Monday March 6, 2017

Lunching With Rabi

By Jay Neugeboren | Friday March 22, 2024

Enough Already with the Trauma

By Jay Neugeboren | Monday November 14, 2022

Whatever Happened to Frankie King?

By Jay Neugeboren | Thursday September 30, 2021

Delta Force

By Jay Neugeboren | Saturday August 21, 2021

Our Posthumous Lives

By Jay Neugeboren | Monday May 18, 2020

Trade Winds

By Jay Neugeboren | Monday March 2, 2020

The Ultimate Pawn Sacrifice

By Jay Neugeboren | Monday March 6, 2017

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