In this month’s “Location, Locution”, expat crime writer JJ Marsh interviews Catriona Troth, who was born in Scotland and grew up in Canada before coming back to the UK. She has now lived in the Chilterns longer than she has ever lived in anywhere, a fact that still comes as a surprise. After more than twenty […]
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If you are a subscriber to our weekly newsletter, the Displaced Dispatch, you’re already in the know. But if you’re not, listen up. (Hey, why aren’t you? Off with your head!) Every week, when that esteemed publication comes out, we present contenders for a monthly “Alice Award,” most of whom are writers or other kinds […]
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We are giving away a copy of Rita Gardner's brand new memoir about growing up with her dysfunctional American family in a remote coastal town in the Dominican Republic.
Here are this week's contenders for the September Alices:
"I love being a stranger in a foreign country." - American expat in Cairo KATHLEEN SAVILLE, in her interview in the Sept/Oct Global Living Magazine.
"I am stupidly passionate about what we can learn from travelling, and how seeing how other nationalities live can change our entire perspective on life." - former expat AMANDA KENDLE, in a post for her blog I'm not a Ballerina.