Expatriate literature may be stocked in the travel-memoir-classics section, but does it deserve a shelf of its own? Highlights from a week of Twitter #litchat about the unique depths of outsider cultural views from the inside
The editor of Matador Life contrasts the urge to keep moving with the condition of exile.
Two West Coasters overcome their sibling rivalry — in a town of hippies, yippies and Beatniks — by channeling Continental ladies of leisure.
As social networking renders overseas professional women visible and relevant, it’s a powerful tool of self-actualization.
Unsupported by the book publishing establishment, this expat publisher pushed her business idea aside for fifteen years.
Can grief-illiterate Americans grieve in public — and out loud? Restricting who we talk to about death can cut us off from people unafraid to hear about it, perhaps those even able to console us.
Taboo’s unintended cloaking effect: we banish from our thoughts the most unimaginable human acts, making us blind to them in our midst.
A global nomad now back in the USA misses the special status of food.
What we love most about this time of year is the view ahead…and our chance to own it.
Speaking of class: having cleared other hurdles in your new society, are you still defined by the way you speak?
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