Jason Stewart has recently
moved into the world of television and movies and shows a startling
intuition for poignant, thoughtful writing. This is impressive for someone
with no formal training. He is a natural writer. His strong point is
character development. Upon reading one of his books or scripts, one feels
as though they have gotten to know some very complicated and fascinating
people. It makes you wish people were as interesting in real life.
Jason has been writing since
he was sixteen but never really gave much thought to releasing his
material until much later. He has short stories, novels, op-eds and even
pamphlets that have never been released. Regardless of what creative
endeavor he follows, the ideas never seem to stop flowing from this
grandmother received her doctorate's degree in Literature and was the
president of the National Poetry Society for years. She was also the
editor for an international poetry magazine called, "Encore" that was
distributed worldwide and has received critical acclaim.
Jason has no intention of
giving up music for writing. As far as he's concerned, "There is
absolutely room for both". But he figures he may as
well pursue all the avenues of his creativity as long as they're
available. I wish him luck in this particular area of his many talents. It
would be a travesty of justice if such a brilliant light were ignored.
Susan Walker -
Professor of Literature at Northwestern -