Jason Dubow  

Created on September 28, 2010
Posts written: 48

LearnMe is a forty-something native New Yorker, father of two, husband to one, sibling of six. He teaches writing and literature at St. Francis College. He is, in theory, a fiction writer (perhaps some day the "in theory" won't be necessary; this is the plan). He loves to cook, reads a lot, and is a serious Red Sox fan.

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Learn more »I Do What I Can

I Do What I Can

On the Relativity of Time, Truth, Sanity, & Other Things.
"This is the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help me [dear metaphorical] God."Read More

Learn more »Attitude


On Perfection, Intention, and Opposition
But, honey, that is who I am. What else can I say? Read More

Learn more »Waiting For My Epiphany

Waiting For My Epiphany

Resolutions, Chronological Disjointedness, a Touch of Assessment, and More!
"I am in a never-ending relationship with interruption, if not the reality of it, then the potential or aftermath."Read More

Learn more »Darkness Rising

Darkness Rising

The Aurora Tragedy, an Alternative Read
“Simulating blindness doesn’t mean you can’t be seen. Deniability is clearly implausible. What’s your plan of action?” Read More

Learn more »How to Get Started

How to Get Started

Creative Process & Redemptive Possibilities
“I do not, for the life of me, know how to become who I want to be. I can’t get there from here.” Read More

Learn more »The Agony and the Ecstasy

The Agony and the Ecstasy

On Irony, Optimism, Perfection, & Relative Sanity
“The thrum of the heavy, pulsing downbeat, an affect to which I am susceptible, began to feel to me as I imagine a hit of heroin feels to an addict: calming, insistent, essential, and ultimately insufficient.” Read More

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