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Jonathan Lerner is a nationally recognized magazine editor and feature writer who focuses mainly on architecture, planning and preservation; design and visual arts; and food and travel. He is a contributing editor to Landscape Architecture Magazine and to Oculus, the quarterly of the New York AIA. He is also a communications consultant to design professionals.
His articles have appeared in Metropolis, Pacific Standard, The Architect’s Newspaper, House Beautiful, InStyle, Four Seasons, National Geographic Traveler, Private Clubs, The Wall Street Journal, Town & Country, Delta Sky, American Craft, Travel+Leisure, House & Garden, Men's Journal, The Washington Post, Westways, Wells Fargo Conversations, Modern Maturity, Specialty Travel Index, Salon.com, Southern Living, Southern Voice, Ocean Drive, PaperCity, and other publications.
A passionate lover of cities, he has volunteered with the Congress for the New Urbanism and the New York chapter of the American Institute of Architects. He is also the author of the novels Alex Underground and Caught in a Still Place. He lives in
New York's Hudson Valley.