Jeremy A. TeGrotenhuis

Jeremy A. TeGrotenhuis is a writer from Kennewick, WA currently living and teaching English in New Taipei City, Taiwan with his wife, Hannah. A student of history and philosophy and a lifelong fan of fantasy and science fiction, Jeremy writes at the intersection of these things and aspires to someday create a novel as masterful as Ursula K. LeGuin’s “A Wizard of Earthsea.” Other curious facts of note: Jeremy was home-schooled until the ninth grade, watches too many movies, finds Kanye West to provide an excellent writing soundtrack, and ruined his 4.0 college GPA with an A- in HI-210, “Becoming a Historian,” a freshman level class which he procrastinated taking until his last semester (the university gave him a trophy for perfect grades anyway, which he proceeded to use as a wine goblet). He blogs at http://jeremyteg.wordpress.com, tweets at http://twitter.com/jeremyteg, and is the web designer behind www.chinamissionhistory.org.

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