Jason Rubenfire

Copywriter at GTB, Freelance Writer/Blogger

Location icon United States

Highly motivated writer and editor with significant experience writing online, academically, and professionally. Several years of experience writing digital marketing for the Ford and Lincoln family of websites. Experience teaching college-level writing and extensive experiencing editing writing for grammar, spelling, style, content, etc. Excellent writing and editing skills. Experience with digital marketing via social media. Extensive knowledge of media and pop culture.

Portfolio

Ford and Lincoln (GTB)

Ford Motor Companies
Ford® Escape | Quality & Reliability | Ford.com

When you drive a Ford Escape, you can drive with confidence thanks to it's many safety features and expert-certified durability. Don't just take our word for it, learn what the NHTSA and Consumer Reports® have to say.

Detroit Jewish News

Detroit Jewish News
06/21/2018
On The Front Lines - Detroit Jewish News

Newsroom Jason Rubenfire Special to the Jewish News Alzheimer's disease and dementia wreak havoc on the lives of millions of families each year. They strike indiscriminately, no matter who you are or what you've accomplished. And, once a person is symptomatic, there's no turning back.

Detroit Jewish News
05/17/2018
Like Family - Detroit Jewish News

Michigan and the Central Galilee share an unbreakable bond. Since 1994, the Jewish Agency's Partnership2Gether (P2G) program has united Metro Detroit, Grand Rapids and Ann Arbor with the Central Galilee region of Israel, made up of three municipalities: Migdal HaEmek, Nazareth Illit and the Jezreel Valley.

Detroit Jewish News
05/10/2018
Family Ties - Detroit Jewish News

This month, my mother and father, Shelly and Mark Rubenfire, will be honored by BBYO's Michigan Region. BBYO has served as a passion and an inspiration for my family and remains vital to us to this day. In 1977, Shelly joined BBYO as a member of Naches BBG; she later served as chapter n'siah (president).

Oxford University Press Blog

OxfordWords blog
07/14/2014
The language of David Foster Wallace - OxfordWords blog

Though the late David Foster Wallace was an internationally renowned author of fiction and non-fiction, many of his readers and even some of his most ardent fans may not know about Wallace's love of language and the work he contributed to the modern American English lexicon.

OxfordWords blog
07/31/2014
Achy-breaky words: the language of the nineties - OxfordWords blog

Though they're well over a decade past, the nineties occupy an unusual place in the cultural zeitgeist. A whole new decade has come and gone since, and yet popular culture still has yet to decide what precisely the nineties were "about".

OxfordWords blog
09/30/2014
A look at Orwell's Newspeak - OxfordWords blog

George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four astounded the literary world when it first was published in 1949, and its significance and cultural impact have only grown stronger in the years since. Orwell's warnings against totalitarian authority and omnipresent surveillance are as relevant as ever.

OxfordWords blog
09/12/2014
Quiz: how well do you know the language of comic books? - OxfordWords blog

Are you a comic book fan as well as a language maven? Prove it with the OxfordWords comics quiz! Comic books are often looked down upon as a juvenile form of literature, but the medium has spawned countless works and even contributed many catchphrases (most of which come from superheroes) into the modern English lexicon.

Literary Criticism

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