Jason is a New York, writer, editor, and online curriculum developer. He has taught reading and writing to middle schoolers and community college students, co-founded a theatre company (Rorschach, in Washington, D.C.), and written almost two dozen picture books for kids learning English in Seoul, Korea. Before joining Big Think, he worked in the editorial department at Random House Children's Books. Jason is a lifelong Lit nerd, experimental cook (you should seriously try his smoked salmon sometime), and sometime singer-songwriter. He is also father to a bright, friendly kid
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Well, that was an eye-opener.