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Specifically, welcome to JasonShueh.com, the official portfolio site of the freelance journalist and editor Jason Shueh. Please feel free to peruse the various pieces of writing and projects displayed on the site. If you'd like to learn more about Jason, you can visit the Bio page or visit The Blog for the latest updates. Thanks for dropping by.
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Articles, blogs, hard news, features, and short stories, this is a collection of notable clips for a quick glance or extended read. The selection of writing is both past and recent, and has been drawn from multiple sources including local, regional, national publications. Some have links to the original copies, but since web addresses tend to change — or vanish — the full text has been placed here as well.
Everything fresh and new sprouts on the blog. If there is an article that's written or another recent writing development you can visit the blog for latest happenings. This is a great place for your first visit to the site or even if you've returned just to see what's stirring. Expect monthly updates to recap all the writerly hustle and bustle, toils and achievements, and the occasional odd epiphany.
The Bio page is both for a quick synopsis of Jason's career highlights and to know a bit more too. For those looking for a brief takeaway there are bullet points. For those seeking more depth, there is a lengthier biography of the writer that takes the reader from the San Francisco Bay Area where Jason grew up, to his current projects and assignments. Come here to get the essentials.
Article series, collaborations, web developments, and other lengthier works can be found here.
If you'd like more information or are curious about current projects click above to send Jason an email.


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bike magazine
diablo mag
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union newspaper
governing magazine
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In the various arts, and above all in that of writing, the shortest distance between two points, even if close to each other, has never been and never will be, nor is it now, what is known as a straight line, never, never, to put it strongly and emphatically in response to any doubts, to silence them once and for all.
José Saramago