Expats in Paris

Expats in Paris

Here’s a dispatch from Oliver Gee, the host of The Earful Tower podcast. This time he tells the story about the crocodiles apparently living in the Canal Saint-Martin. I’ve always found the Canal Saint-Martin in...

Paris is known for being a city rich with artistic inspiration, and a move to the City of Light is a dream come true for many. However, it can also be a daunting and...

Craig Carlson is the founder/owner the Breakfast in America diners in Paris. Carlson first came to France in 1985 through a study abroad program, and fell instantly in love with the country. When he...

Chatting with a Sorbonne finance student and competitive tennis player, who was thrice-recruited to be a model (declined each time), on why he moved to the Big Apple and what he misses about Paris ...
Author Pauline Lévêque

In the latest installment of our ongoing "Paris Expats Abroad" series, we interview Pauline Lévêque, a successful journalist and author. After many years reporting for Paris Match, she recently published a series of children’s...

In the latest installment of our ongoing “Paris Expats Abroad” series, we interview French Fantasy Writer L.M. Durand who was born on Réunion, a French island (and overseas department) in the Indian Ocean. After...

Joe Start is a California expat who has lived in France since 2003. After earning his journalism degree, Joe moved into the advertising and marketing side of communications.  His day job has been selling...

Cecilia Woloch is an award-winning poet, teacher, and traveler. Her home base is in Los Angeles, but she spends much of her time traveling between her other home bases—in Kentucky, Georgia, the Carpathian Mountains,...
Sunset panorama from top of Notre Dame

I have had a love affair with Paris for a number of years, and when I visit, I like to experience the city as a resident not a tourist – not in a hotel...

Here’s a dispatch from Oliver Gee, the host of The Earful Tower podcast. This time he tells the story about his chance meeting with Old Jim in Paris and how an unlikely friendship formed. Usually...

Every uprising, revolt or revolution in France draws inspiration from the previous one, so technically all can be traced back to the Jacquerie, a revolt by French peasants in the early summer of 1358,...

When did you move back to the U.S., and where do you live there? I moved to Austin, Texas, on January 1st this year. Why did you leave Paris? It was a really hard decision,...