The son of a writer and an architect, Jason Warburg was building worlds in his imagination before he learned to ride a bike. Obsessed with music in his teens and politics in his twenties, he would eventually write both fiction and non-fiction exploring these realms, culminating in his 2011 debut novel Believe in Me, in which young political operative Tim Green trips and falls headlong into the orbit of a globe-trotting rock and roll band. Next came My Heart Sings the Harmony, a non-fiction collection of writing about music, followed by Never Break the Chain, a sequel to Believe in Me. His most recent book is The Remembering: Reflections on Love, Art, Faith, Heroes, Grief and Baseball, an essay collection that doubles as a memoir of sorts. Jason continues writing about what matters most to him, whether in the guise of fictional protagonist Tim Green, or in his own distinctive voice.
Jason and his wife Karen have three grown children and two grandchildren and live in Seaside, California.