Season 2 - Episode 20: Jason Thornberry - No Limits, No Boundaries on Becoming a Writer
In this episode, we speak with Jason M. Thornberry about his creative beginnings as a touring musician then to the unbelievable events that led him to become a celebrated writer.
Jason shares with us how he overcame a traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic epilepsy, spending many months relearning how to walk and speak. He went on to earn an MFA in Creative Writing from Chapman University. He currently lives in Seattle with his wife—and he’s finishing his first novel.
Jason's work appears in The Los Angeles Review of Books, In Parentheses Literary Magazine, Broadkill Review, North Dakota Quarterly, Harbor Review, and many other outlets.
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