Long-form, in-depth, structured with logic and clarity.
Book-length projects demand compelling narrative, coherent organization and consistent style. Most recently, for the host committee of the American Institute of Architects' 2015 convention, Jonathan Lerner wrote Looking at Atlanta: Architectural Observations and Self-Guided Tours. In 2010, working with dozens of articles, each by a different architect, planner or developer, he edited the anthology Building Metropolitan Atlanta for the Congress for the New Urbanism. His editing and ghosting credits include The Parking Garage: Design and Evolution of a Modern Urban Form (Urban Land Institute); Blindsided: A Manager’s Guide to Catastrophic Incidents in the Workplace (Portfolio); and Decent People, Decent Company: How to Lead With Character at Work and in Life(Davies-Black).