Expat Author Interview with Matthew Hamilton

Matthew Hamilton and Mt. Aragats (Important! If this post is cut off at the bottom, reload the page. This usually solves the problem.)Matthew Hamilton, a poetry reader for the online magazines Mason’s Road and Drunken Boat, was a US Peace Corps Volunteer for four years, in Armenia (2006-2008) and the Philippines (2008-2010). Currently, Hamilton is […]

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Expat Author Interview with Tania Hershman

Author Tania HershmanTania Hershman, an author living in Bristol (UK), spent fifteen years in Jerusalem. Her first short story collection, The White Road and Other Stories, was published in 2008; her second, My Mother Was An Upright Piano: Fictions is hot off the press right now—and getting well-earned praise, most recently in the Times Literary […]

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Expat Author Interview with Robin Graham

Robin Graham Robin Graham is a travel writer living in Spain–but closer to Africa than to the next Spanish town. Robin is also a photographer, a blogger, and a social networker–but most of all a writer. A fine one. IMBO: Robin, I’ve been a fan of your writing for over a year now. The anecdotes […]

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Expat Author Interview with Michelle Elvy

Michelle ElvyFrom a spacious Edwardian mansion to a little green sailboat, Michelle Elvy has come–or drifted–a long way to a larger, yellow sailboat named Momo. She was born in North Carolina but grew up in Annapolis, Maryland. She’s lived in New Orleans, Berlin, Hamburg, Munich (yay!) and Leipzig, a thrilling place to be in the […]

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Expat Author Interview with Alyson Hilbourne

Alyson Hilbourne Alyson Hilbourne, born in the UK, has lived overseas for twenty-five years and is now into her sixth country, Japan – Yokohama to be precise. She writes short stories, young adult fiction and travel pieces but would love to find the time and the enthusiasm to complete a full-length novel. And she’s a […]

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Expat Author Interview with Dan Powell

Dan Powell (Important! If the bottom of this post is cut off, try reloading the page. This usually works.) Dan Powell has been publishing regularly, both online and in print journals, since 2009. His story “Half-mown Lawn” won the Yeovil Literary Prize for short fiction in 2010. He’s currently studying for an MA in creative […]

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Expat Author Interview with Inka Piegsa-Quischotte

Inka Piegsa-Quischotte alias The Glamour Granny Inka Piegsa-Quischotte is what you might call a ‘dual’ expat. At present, she lives in Turkey and Miami, Florida. She was born in Germany but went to university in Switzerland, the UK and Spain. She’s been travelling her entire life – first with her parents, then on her own. […]

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Expat Author Interview with David Brazier

Dharmavidya (David Brazier) (Important! If the bottom of this post is cut off by the homepage pictures, try reloading the page. This usually works.) David Brazier lives a mobile life – about ten countries so far this year, rarely more than three weeks in one place, but his anchor points are the Canary Islands, where […]

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Expat Author Interview with Rose Hunter

Poet Rose Hunter(Important! If this post is cut off at the bottom, reload the page. This usually solves the problem.) ________________________________ The poet Rose Hunter has lived in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico for about two and a half years now, which to Rose seems both long, and not that long. Originally from Australia, Rose spent ten […]

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Expat Author Interview with Kate Brown

Writer and Filmmaker Kate Brown (Important! If this post is cut off at the bottom, please reload the page. This usually solves the problem.) _________________________ Kate Brown, a British film-maker and writer, has lived in Berlin for a year now. Before that, she lived in Amsterdam for almost eleven years. Speaking Dutch has made learning […]

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