Jason DeYoung

Jason DeYoung

  • USA

Jason DeYoung is an American writer.  His work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Los Angeles Review, New Orleans Review, Painted Bride QuarterlyGargoyleHarpur Palete, Corium, Marco Polo Quarterly, and Monkeybicycle, among others.  His story “The Funeral Bill” was included in The Best American Mystery Stories 2012.  He is formerly the Reviews Editor at Numéro Cinq.  He was a contributing editor to Not For Tourists: Guide to Washington, DC, a former Managing Editor of Poet Lore, and an Assistant Fiction Editor at upstreet. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

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