Mostly Credited As: Ish Goldstein
Ish Goldstein has written for the New York Times, Village Voice, City Limits, Open City, and others. He received his first byline covering missing persons for the Village Voice after 9/11.
Additionally he has served as a story researcher for documentaries on PBS, and the LA Times Critic Book of the Year Nominated biography of Gram Parsons: Twenty Thousand Roads. After finishing the MFA program in fiction at Columbia University, he turned his attention to television and film writing. He is currently on FAIRLY LEGAL and prior to that, he assisted the show runners Robin Green & Mitchell Burgess on CBS’ Blue Bloods.
Prior to that, he worked for Steve Buscemi and Stanley Tucci’s development shingle Olive Productions.
Since finishing high school he’s been somewhat of a factotum and held jobs as a professional snowboarder, migrant worker, telemarketer, short order cook, researcher, community college teacher, and set designer.