Jason Stern | Hudson Valley; Chronogram

Jason Stern 
Member since Nov 29, 2012

Jason Stern is the Co-founder and President of Luminary Publishing in Kingston, NY, publishers of Chronogram, Upstate House, their respective web-sites, and custom publications for clients throughout the Hudson Valley. He is the author of Learning to Be Human, a collection of his columns published over 20 years in the pages of Chronogram, and pens the monthly "Esteemed Reader" column in the magazine. He serves on the board of not-for-profits Re>Think Local, and Institute of Creative Studies. Jason makes his home in New Paltz, NY, where he has lived for 30 years, with his wife and business partner, Amara Projansky, and their two young children. http://www.sunypress.edu/p-5255-learning-to-be-human.aspx

Jason Stern

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  • Esteemed Reader

      Can I strive to be kind and at the same time recognize resistance or anger, and rather than expressing or repressing the anger, bear witness to it in the context of being together with others?

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Re: “Editor's Note: Anxiety of Influence

And if only my comment was as free of typos.

Posted by Jason Stern on 10/01/2013 at 9:02 PM

Re: “Editor's Note: Anxiety of Influence

Wow. What a perfect piece if writing. Journey as destination in multiple levels.

Posted by Jason Stern on 10/01/2013 at 9:00 PM

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