“From the page to the stage, Aaron Karo’s insights into the twentysomething mind have secured his place as the irreverent voice of a generation.”
In 1997, as a freshman at the University of Pennsylvania, Aaron Karo (KAY-ro) sent a funny email to twenty of buddies from high school. That email spawned a regular “email column” entitled Ruminations that, through forwarding and word-of-mouth, soon attracted readers nationwide.
Simon & Schuster published compilations of the column in my two books, Ruminations on College Life and Ruminations on Twentysomething Life.
After a brief detour on Wall Street, Aaron began performing stand-up in 2002. He now headlines sold out shows at theaters across the country.
In 2005, Aaron moved from New York City to Los Angeles to write sitcoms, perform stand-up, and touch fake breasts.
In 2008, Arron launched Ruminations.com to enable his fans to write their own ruminations and share them with the world. It’s also one more way for you to kill time while at work.
Eleven years after he started writing, he continues to email out Ruminations every other Monday. What began with twenty friends now reaches tens of thousands of subscribers around the world.
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