Jason Brooks
Jason Brooks (http://jasonbrooks.wordpress.com)  is a freelance author living in Atlanta, Georgia. A graduate of the University of Georgia, he has written everything from international radio programs to award-winning short films, but he’s recently discovered that his favorite thing to write is humorous essays, especially ones about his kids.
Jason’s non-fiction works have been published in Atlanta Parent magazine and will have another article appear in their July 2011 issue. He's also been published by New Man Magazine Online, and his essay “Waffle House: A Scattered, Smothered and Covered Story” won Honorable Mention in the 2009 Storyhouse.org Nonfiction Competition. His short story “Homecoming”, set in Athens, Georgia, was published in three parts by The Cynic Online Magazine (www.cynicmag.com) in spring of 2010. His first book, Blue Like the Sky, is now available through Blurb Publishing. The book is a collection of essays on his grandfather. Jason is the Youth Pastor at Chestnut Grove Baptist Church and has been married to Rachel for almost 10 wonderful years. He and Rachel have two kids, Ella and Jonathan.
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