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Stories from Expat Australians Not in the Book

We received over 170 stories from Australians around the world in response to our call in early June 2003 to "tell your story". It was an amazing and very pleasing response. Unfortunately, only 33 stories could be squeezed into our book. But the quality of all stories was extremely high, and therefore we are publishing stories which did not fit into the book on this page.

Author's Name

Title

A. Joseph Adams The Metric Immigration Expert
Simon Bell New York - Travelling at the Speed of Sound
Claudine Berrisford Life In A Northern Town
Kylie Brennan The Happy Event
Gillian Bridgewater Why Did I Love Paris?
Andrea Bright Sunset
Theresa Byrnes Big Night Out
Kim Clarke Echoes Of A Former Life
Lee Cooper A Year In The Life: An Australian In Europe 1996
Fleur Cornelius Parts Of Me
Russell Cotter One Ex-Pat's Cultural Re-Discovery
Silvia Cuevas Morales Changing Geographies
Silvia Cuevas Morales Tram No 11
Charlotte de Gohan Bundeshaus Bern
Charlotte de Gohan My Choice
Charlotte de Gohan Trans Europ Express
Adrian Donati Serial Expat
Sally Duncan Changing The Stone
Kristina Dryza My Personal Journey
Felicity Edge Finding Home
Lynette Edge From Competence To Incompetence: A Personal Journey
Dave Fisher The Sun Sets On Bali
Christian Flurscheim An Australian in America:
September 10th, 2001 to Present
Stacey Flurscheim An Aussie's Tour of Manhattan
Meredith Fogg Cultural Transplant
Stuart Ford American Wives - Australian Husbands
Jenny Gates An Aussie In Canada
Teresa Harvey Life On July 4th
Murray Henman Letter From Tokyo
Steve Hessling Life's Little Adventures
Virginia Hood Just A Whim
Catherine Howse Missing The Pelicans
Edmund James Whatever Happened To My School Bus?
Ben Julien A Taxi From Hangzhou
Selina Kayman Relocating For Love
Alicia Kennedy DisOrientated
Marg Leehane Grizzly Bears Are Not Kangaroos
Belinda Lee Russell Australian Ex-Patriot In China
Cherie Lehman National Identity
Elisabeth Lopez Farewells
Cindy MacCartney What Would We Do Without The Australians? They Come, Stay And Get The Job Done!
Trish McAvaney Nobody Has A Baby In Moscow, My Dear
Kathleen McCormack A House In Devonshire Street
Kathleen McCormack Feeding The Monkeys
Fiona McDougall A Photojournalist's Tale
Julie McLean What's For Tea Mummy?
Jessica Michaels Living In London
Bradley Morris I Remember The Waves Most Of All
Sylvia Petter The Place Of Home
Karl Phillips Foreign Experience Of An Inveterate Expatriate
Stella Pulo Saved By The Roo
Kathryn Stok Sometimes It Is Hard To Make
Yourself Understood
Amy Terdjman Amy-in-Paris@hotmail.com
Chris Trott My Southern Sanctuary
Sue Turnbull When The English Tongue I Speak
Michelle Wiebe Canada Camera
Alex Williams The Unknown Saudi
Michelle Witton A Grief Observed
Michelle Witton Where The Wild Things Are
Michael Young

The Very Long Year

Find out where to buy a copy of Australian Expats: stories from abroad here. To read short extracts from eight authors, as they appeared in TNT Magazine in London on 13 October 2003, click here.

If you contributed a story to the SCG/Global Exchange Book Project 2003, and your story was not selected for inclusion in our book, and it is not yet published above but you would like it included here, please contact Jean-François Vandevyver at the SCG in Brussels. We require your explicit authorisation and also a copy of your story in Word format to enable website publication. You should also provide a title for your story and a four line biography. Stories submitted by the Project deadline of 31 July 2003 will not be automatically published on our site without explicit consent from the author concerned, as stated in the e-mail from Global Exchange sent to all contributors on 11 September 2003.


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Updated:
15 September 2008