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"I put off my final essay for English in high school until the very last... and so, the night before it was due, I wrote an essay about writing an essay the night before it was due... and this, my subtle screwgy out the door somehow earned an A... and began my love for writing." -- aka: TheWriterJasonJames

"A Season in Madness: Essays on the Year of Isolation, Introspection, and Closed Schools" by Jason James Barry

Now available on Amazon.com

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Jason James Barryis an award-winning essayist and journalist, focussing on experiential nonfiction. He previously served as a police officer and a DEA Special Agent.


For his writing, Jason was named a Shortlist Winner Nominee by Adelaide Magazine in 2017 for the essay "SAT Saturday" about teen depression and the suicide death of a San Diego high school student. In 2018, his essay “Chesterfield Road” about family adversity and pride was selected for inclusion in an anthology of best essays.

In 2019, his essay "The Drive Home Tapes" about legacies and life choices was published among a collection of essays by various authors. 

Jason contributes to the anti-fraud site Verified.org, serves as a writer-in-residence for The Groncho, and is engaged in the development of several book-length projects. 


In off-hours, Jason studies Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Muay Thai. He lives with his family in Southern California.

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