Jane Lerner is a writer and editor who lives in Brooklyn, New York.
As a food writer, Jane has worked with amNY, Bon Appétit, New York Weddings, Garden Design, Manhattan, Chocolatier, Fathom and many more. She has profiled designers for Print, interviewed chef-musicians for the Daily Swarm and explored local nightlife for NYC & Company, the city's tourism board. She also has extensive experience as a copy editor and researcher, working for publications such as Rolling Stone, House & Garden, Us Weekly, Paper, Budget Travel, V, Interview, Men's Journal, Martha Stewart Weddings, Playboy and W.
Jane is the organizer of BK Swappers, the renowned bimonthly food swap. Throughout 2011, Jane ran the blog for the Brooklyn Flea and helped launch the Smorgasburg food market. In addition to her current freelance assignments for companies like the BMW Guggenheim Lab and the Red Bull Music Academy, she is often baking cakes and making granola.
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-related projects.
For more, check out Jane's Fathom Questionnaire; read this interview on Diced, the Institure for Culinary Education's blog; this story about Jane and BK Swappers on Take Part; and this sweet swap post via Homemade Trade.