About

The American Londoner

That’s me, in America

I was born in the USA, New Jersey to be exact, though I’m more a Pennsylvanian at heart at this point.

I started this blog to get myself writing again after years of not doing so, to act as a kind of growing, living portfolio. Travel and expat blogs are a dime a dozen now, but enjoyable, well-written ones that have something to say are still a find. In these two latter elements, I endeavo(u)r to make The American Londoner something worth stumbling upon. I publish every Monday and once in a while on Saturday if I find a worthy enough soapbox on which to stand and muse.

 

I’ve lived, learned, and taught in London for the last nine years. I reckon that makes me as much of a Londoner as anyone here. There are all kinds of Londoners.

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4 responses

  1. Always glad to come across London related blogs… and as someone who spends my time mostly between London and LA I will enjoy keeping an eye on yours.

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