An experienced journalist and writer with a lyrical and satirical voice, Jason Thornberry is able to frame the human experience within the wider context of culture and power, hypocrisy and absurdity.
Jason’s work has appeared in the Adirondack Review, The Stranger, Orange County Weekly, Central Circuit Magazine, The Coast Report, URB Magazine, Skratch, The Blacklist, Mean Street, American Music Press and more than thirty online magazines.
Jason is also the survivor of a traumatic brain injury. In 1999, he was assaulted by two strangers. This was something that ended his quest to forge a career as a musician—a passion he pursued for more than a decade. After a year in a wheelchair, and more than two years of physical, occupational and speech therapies, Jason set out to document his experiences in music and recovery, resulting in a completed memoir, Solace. He is at work on his first novel.
Jason lives in Seattle with his wife.