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Thought Circus ::: Extraordinary Information About Our World | October 19, 2017

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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

Friday Excerpt | A Confederacy of Dunces

March 8, 2013 |

Ignatius J. Reilly is a combination of Don Quixote and Peter Griffin. But more so Peter Griffin. He’s a bumbling fool who had 10 years of college and still lives with his mom. He’s also quite obese, has a permanently … Read More

Find This Beer Friday: La Citrueille Celeste De Citracado by Stone/Elysian/The Bruery

March 1, 2013 |

Editor’s Note: Find This Beer Friday is a weekly series in which our craft beer-lovin’ contributors share their favorite (and sometimes hard-to-find) brews. We do our best to share a variety of beers that vary in taste, price, and availability. Live extraordinary … Read More

Friday Excerpt | Washington: A Life

March 1, 2013 | 1

I’ve started to appreciate presidential biographies. It’s fascinating to read about the man who is the most well-known face in America. In 2010, Ron Chernow published his gigantic, and Pulitzer Prize winning, look into the life of our first president, … Read More

Traveling the Classics | Frankenstein

February 27, 2013 |

I was impressed to learn that Mary Shelley published Frankenstein anonymously as a young twentysomething nearly 200 years ago. In reading, I learned that this young woman was way ahead of her time in terms of sociology and understanding human … Read More

Traveling the Classics | An Introduction to the Series

February 25, 2013 |

First of all, I’m all about series on blogs. Can’t get enough of ‘em. Can you? Didn’t think so. Second of all, I love books. Like a lot. So, why not combine one and two and find a series about … Read More

Friday Excerpt | Under the Banner of Heaven

February 22, 2013 |

The excerpt below is author Jon Krakauer responding to an argument made by Mormon historian Dr. Michael Quinn that folks who write about religion should disclose to their readers what their own theological beliefs are. Found in the “Author’s Remarks,” … Read More

Super Simple Chicken Cordon Bleu

February 22, 2013 |

Hi, my name is Jeremy. I don’t know how to cook.

There, I said it.

I generally cook twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays when my wife works late. I like to have dinner ready when she gets home, … Read More

High Crimes | A Book Review

February 13, 2013 |

I am an armchair mountaineer. I love reading about mountaineering and the crazy people who do it, but I have no desire whatsoever to actually participate in climbing into the death zone, where at 24,000 feet above sea level, your … Read More

The 5 Most Unique Beers I’ve Tried: A Totally Biased List

February 5, 2013 |

I love a good, crafted beer. If it has “light” in the namely, I’ll rarely even accept it when given to me at no charge. I’ve had plenty of stouts, porters, wheats, IPAs, lagers, etc. I’ve tried right around 600 … Read More