When Jake Novak was a wee lad, his teacher assigned him to pen a one-page short story. Seventeen pages later, Jake realized he loved writing, and the rest was history — history you can read about in his eventual memoir, Bar Mitzvahed at 40 and Other Mistakes.
Until then, you can read this:
These little moments may not have a place in a larger script, but once you read them, they’ll have a place in your heart.
There is perhaps nothing more beautiful than a well-crafted song. And there’s nothing Jake enjoys more than taking such masterful works of lyrical art and turning them into sex jokes.
For tackling the big questions of our time, there’s often no better medium than the good ol’ fashioned essay. It also seems to work for whatever crap Jake feels like writing about.
POETRY — yes, POETRY
Because who says that creative writing class Jake took in high school was a complete waste of time and didn’t further his education whatsoever?