About the Author
Chloe Anagnos is a professional writer, digital strategist, and marketer. Her work has been the subject of articles on the FOX News, USA Today, CNN Money, and WIRED websites.
Anagnos' research has been published by The Advocates for Self-Government, America’s Future Foundation, the American Institute for Economic Research, the Tax Revolution Institute, and The Epoch Times.
In 2016, she was named as one of Indianapolis’ most promising up and coming young talent in Vol. 9 of Pattern Magazine.
Her great interest in economics, markets, and politics comes from the constant media attention centered around her hometown of Elkhart, Indiana, during the peak of the Great Recession.
She earned two BAs from Ball State University in journalism and telecommunications.
Learn more at her website.
What inspired you to start writing?
I don't know exactly what inspired me to start, but I know that I keep writing because our world needs more writers who promote freedom for all people no matter their government or country.
What are your hobbies / interests?
Traveling, reading and writing (for fun, not work!), taking fitness classes, miniature schnauzers, attempting to teach myself Arabic.
Who are your personal heroes?
My Greek-American family who continues to achieve the "American Dream;" Heather Whitestone, Lorelai Gilmore, Ayn Rand, Jan and Larry Hill, Nico Valentijn, Nancy Kerrigan, Laura Ling
How did you discover the freedom philosophy?
I think a combination of my family history and upbringing in the Midwest taught me at a young age how important it is to advocate for freedom.
Who are your favorite writers?
Too many to list, but the most notable are F. Scott Fitzgerald, Rita Golden Gelman, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Leo Tolstoy, and Lewis Carrol.