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About Jeremy Anderberg

Jeremy Anderberg

Jeremy Anderberg

Jeremy lives in beautiful Denver, Colorado with his wife, Jane. During the day, he is Editor & Community Manager at The Art of Manliness. He is also a freelance editor for book manuscripts, blog posts, business articles, etc. In his spare time, Jeremy reads way too many books, drinks too much coffee, and enjoys a good craft beer at least four nights a week. He also thoroughly enjoys getting into the Rocky Mountains with his wife on a regular basis. His primary role at Thought Circus is to edit all the contributor posts that come in, as well as take on writing about books, beer, and every once in a while, philosophy and religion. He also brainstorms with Rob about how to make Thought Circus even more awesome.

Posts By Jeremy Anderberg

Books + Art + Quotes

May 22, 2013 |

I’ve read quite a few classics of literature in the last six months or so. Below are some of my favorite books, with art stolen from the internet, with my fave quotes photoshopped on top. Enjoy.

Friday Excerpts | The Sun Also Rises

May 17, 2013 |

I just started my first Hemingway novel, The Sun Also Rises. I thoroughly enjoy it. It’s romantic (not in a boy-girl sense, but in a romantic European style of life sense), funny, dry (in a good way)…As I expected, I … Read More

The Grapes of Wrath | Traveling the Classics

May 7, 2013 |

“The tractors had lights shining, for there is no day and night for a tractor and the disks turn the earth in the darkness and they glitter in the daylight…And this is easy and efficient. So easy that the … Read More

Christine and Obsession

April 23, 2013 |

I recently finished Christine. It’s a book by Stephen King from 1983. It was actually released on April 26th of that year, making it almost exactly 30 years old. That little tidbit isn’t relevant, but I found it interesting nonetheless.

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The Cycles of Tragedy

April 17, 2013 |

This is an unqualified attempt to glean hope from the marathon bombings in Boston this week.

I was struck yesterday when I read the following quote in a book about Lincoln’s assassination:

The people in the central part of the … Read More

Friday Excerpts | The While Silence by Jack London

April 12, 2013 |

Over at my full-time gig, we recently did a 10-part series on the life Jack London. He’s most famous for The Call of the Wild and White Fang, but he also wrote dozens of other novels and hundreds of short … Read More

A Beginner Runner’s Journal

April 11, 2013 | 1

It happened quite suddenly, really.

I was sitting in my lovely home office doing some work in the middle of the afternoon. It hit me, much like the urge for an ice-cold Pepsi too often does. Except this urge was … Read More

This Adventurous Life

April 10, 2013 |

Why do we crave epic tales of love and hardship in the movies?

Why do we love books that pull us from our own world into a magical other?

Why are the most popular video games those that put us … Read More

Traveling the Classics | Treasure Island

April 9, 2013 |

Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of rum.

Shiver me timbers.

Long John Silver (not the fast food chain, mind you).

Buried treasure found at the red “X” on the treasure map.

These are all fairly common elements of any good pirate … Read More

The Flawed Christian Understanding of “Being Saved”

March 27, 2013 | 1

From the Christian New Testament, the book of Matthew, chapter 1, verse 21:

He will save his people from their sins.

Interesting, huh? It was to me, at least. When you hear Christians throw around the word “saved,” besides just … Read More