Jane Lerner is a writer and editor who lives in Brooklyn, New York.

She is a talented communicator with interests in music, food, travel, art and culture; she has extensive experience in both print and digital publishing. 

In addition to her ongoing assignments—most recently as the managing editor at Victory Journal and before that as the blog editor for Rockefeller Center—Jane has performed editing and copy-writing work for initiatives, agencies and events such as BMW Guggenheim Lab, NYC & Company and Coachella. As a journalist she has been published by NPR, NY Post, Time Out, New York, amNY and dozens more. 

In spring 2013, Jane was part of the Red Bull Music Academy, a month-long music festival, as the copy chief and writer for its popup 22-issue newspaper, the Daily Note. She continues to work with Red Bull Music Academy's annual NYC festival, is an editor for the Red Bull Radio website, writes and edits books for Red Bull–sponsored music projects, and has contributed to Amaphiko, a program for social entrepreneurs.

She also has over 15 years of experience as a copy editor and researcher, working for publications such as Rolling Stone, House & Garden, Us Weekly, Paper, Budget Travel, High Times, V, Interview, Men's Journal, Martha Stewart Weddings, Playboy and W. 

Jane is the organizer of BK Swappers, the renowned food swap. Throughout 2011, she ran the blog for the Brooklyn Flea and helped launch the Smorgasburg food market.

Jane is available as a writer for hire on a wide variety of topics, as an editor or proofreader on any kind of content, or as a consultant on food- or music-related projects. She is currently working on a book about her family's art collection (some of which is pictured here). 

Mel Ramos, Kiss Me, 1964