Franco-American author Anne Marsella writes about literature, culture, motherhood, and neighborhood life in Belleville on her Parisian blog. Her latest novel The Baby of Belleville, was published by Portobello Books.
Beth Arnold: Letter from Paris
Journalist Beth Arnold, American expatriate in Paris and regular blogger for The Huffington Post, writes about politics, culture, people, and travel.
Travel writer Gary Lee Kraut’s site on life in Paris and travels in France and elsewhere.
Eye Prefer Paris
Ex-New Yorker Richard Nahem writes his insider’s guide to Paris from his "fabulous 18th-century apartment in Paris’s fashionable Marais district."
Like Home in Paris
The blog of apartmental rental agency Feels Like Home in Paris, with articles on life in the French capital.
Love, apartment hunting and haircuts in Paris as described by "Le Meg," aka "Le Blaguer" (prankster, joker), who "as been playing the fool in Paris since 2004."
Soon-to-be-published novelist Lauren Elkin writes about books, culture and life in the City of Light. Motto: "Reading is sexier in Paris."
American-in-Paris Melissa Unger’s blog, designed to inspire young people, presents short profiles of succesful creators.
Paris Daily Photo
Real Parisian (he’s French, but speaks perfect English) Eric takes a photo of the city every day as he travels around on his scooter and will even take requests.
Dynamic American Randy Diaz recounts his food adventures and explains the idiosyncracies of life in Paris.
Paris on Demand
Life in Paris: latest exhibitions, museums, restaurants, off-the-beaten-track addresses, events, tips to prepare your trip or help you understand the Parisian way of life.
Simply Paris Guide
Paris travel guide to all that there is to see when visiting the City of Light.
Paris Through Expatriate Eyes
Discover the Paris of Parisians through expatriate eyes in the company of booksellers, writers, journalists, wine merchants and restaurateurs who reveal the best of Paris - past and present.
Find out why la Petite Anglaise got fired from her job in Paris for blogging and how it led to a book contract.
Polly Vous Français
American baby boomer Polly started her new life in Paris in March 2006.