Jason M. Thornberry’s fiction, poetry, essays, and journalism appear in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Soundings East, Adirondack Review, Helix Literary & Art Magazine, The Stranger, In Parenthesis, TAB: The Journal of Poetry and Poetics, ALAN Review, Entropy, Resurrection Magazine, Hash Journal, Capable Magazine, Sleet, Route 7 Review, Central Circuit, Response, Praxis Magazine for Arts and Literature, Uncomfortable Revolution, Litro, Sledgehammer Lit, Poet’s Choice, Harbor Review, URB Magazine, Dillydoun Review, The Antonym, Dissident Voice, Coast Report, Orange County Weekly, 60 Seconds, The Olivetree Review, and others. Forthcoming work will appear in The Broadkill Review, and Abstract: Contemporary Expressions.
Jason is the survivor of a traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic epilepsy—a life-changing experience abruptly terminating his prolonged quest to become a professional musician.
Jason received a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Seattle Pacific University and an MFA in Creative Writing from Chapman University. He lives with his wife in Seattle—and he’s hard at work on his first novel.