recently published in
Landscape Architecture Magazine
“Imagine if your favorite uncle, a brutally honest, worldly, self-reflective gay raconteur, had been, as a twenty year-old, a lieutenant in an underground guerrilla army dedicated to the violent overthrow of the government of the United States. Jonathan Lerner is that favorite uncle you never had, telling unbelievable true stories—no bullshit—from the 'revolution' fifty years ago. This is the closest you'll ever get to being there.”
Jonathan Lerner is an editor and writer focusing on architecture, art and design, environment, food and travel.
He is a contributing editor to Landscape Architecture Magazine and a writing and communications consultant
to design professionals.
Lerner is the author of the novels Alex Underground and Caught in a Still Place. His new memoir Swords in the Hands of Children
is available from OR Books.