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 »Take the Cannoli

Take the Cannoli

Take the Cannoli: Metaphors, Real & Imagined
“So much in SchoolLess’s future is dependent on his ability to remain in control of his relationship with the invaluable, unavoidable, and pernicious virtual world." Read More

Learn more »Juxtaposition


This, That, & Other Things
“There are connections to be made here. Meaning is where you make it.” Read More

Learn more »Failed Youths

Failed Youths

What Mortality Means
“There are downsides, of course, to caring about the wrong things or caring too much about the right things, not to mention getting pissed off at other’s lack of caring.” Read More

Learn more »Young Writer at Work: The Art of Fiction No. 1

Young Writer at Work: The Art of Fiction No. 1

The Art of Fiction No. 1: In Which SchoolLess Interviews Himself
“But I think, to be blunt, that writing about a total asshole is entertaining, and write about someone who is nice, happy, and energetic is boring.” Read More

Learn more »Life is Good

Life is Good

Narration, Looking on the Bright Side, & Other Artistic Endeavors
“I’ve been grieving, not quite rationally, though I am beginning to feel cautiously optimistic that some sense of closure approaches, even as I am aware that the passive nature of this statement may suggest otherwise.” Read More

Learn more »A Reluctant Blessing

A Reluctant Blessing

Beautiful Day, Baseball in the Park
“We hit, we pitch, we catch, all three of us, in these moments, unencumbered, fraughtless, and free.” Read More

Learn more »Don’t Panic!

Don’t Panic!

The Red Sox & Other Stressors
“Maybe, and I await confirmation on this from my philosopher, born again, and law enforcement friends, being lost is a necessary condition for being found?” Read More

Learn more »Just Doing It

Just Doing It

The High School Admissions Process (More or Less)
“Sometimes there are obvious solutions—eat a cracker, ask for help, write sentences—and sometimes not. Don’t look the former in the mouth, don’t let the latter overwhelm, and don’t mistake the two.” Read More

Learn more »Over the Rainbow

Over the Rainbow

On Writing (Or Not) One Day At a Time
“The gist of the story is that if, and who can argue with this, a writer is “one who writes,” then I was barely one. Read More

Learn more »Listing


Abe the Cat, Kafka, Johnny Cash, My Father, etc.
“I become passive, overwhelmed, immobilized. I elude myself, my purpose defeated.” Read More

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