YLC could not run without its wonderful team of talented contributors. If you can write and would like your name on the list below, contact us on email@example.com
- Angeline Eriksson
Angeline Eriksson is a Canadian interior designer, blogger and freelance writer with a passion for design, wine and gardening. You can catch her chronicles of the Swedish design world and life as an outsider at DesignStockholm.net
- Annika Lundkvist
- Brittany Gosnell
Brittany Gosnell is a 20-something Canadian currently living in Stockholm as an au pair. She enjoys travelling, photography, reading and drinking lots of coffee. When she's not writing for YLC you can find her on her blog Sail & Anchor
- Carmela Tedeschi
Carmela is an Italian painter and photographer currently living in Stockholm. The thing she absolutely loves the most is traveling, as soon as she has the opportunity she goes for a new adventure, tirelessly seeking for strong emotions that represent the fuel of her life. Then come her other passions: music, art, food, culture, design, fashion, animals and nature; which she always tries to combine with her travels and work.
- Carmen Price
Carmen is a freelance writer and teacher from the US, who moved to Stockholm by way of Berlin in 2011. Books, culture, people, travel and youtubing in bed on Sunday afternoons are the things she lives for.
- Catie Rix
Catie Rix is a lifestyle photographer from the US who moved to Stockholm in August 2014 as an au pair. She enjoys both books and traveling and is always in search of her next adventure. www.catierixphotography.com
- Claire Duffy
Claire is a writer and filmmaker originally from Scotland who moved to Stockholm in 2011 for no particular reason. She is fond of snow, pickled things and very tall men, so it’s working out very well so far. Read about her expat adventures on her blog. Follow Claire and Your Living City on twitter!
- Danny Chapman
Danny is a freelance writer and editor from London now living in Stockholm where he hunts out (in particular) music, film and art and marvels at Swedish plumbing, polka and pub prices.
- Fiona Warner
Australian born, with a passion for lindy hop, travel and adventure Fiona found herself landing in Sweden (via London) in 2013. Constantly on the lookout for moose and good coffee, Fiona spends her days walking, cycling and kayaking her way around Stockholm.
- Grace Ann Ekström
Grace Ann is a writer, blogger, and aspiring graphic designer who comes from Texas. She has been blogging in various forms since 2008, her blogs evolving from simple travelogs, to a one-year Finding Happy project, and on to her current project, Bike and Skillet. She currently lives in Stockholm, Sweden with her Swedish husband and cat. She misses some good old Tex-Mex and frozen margaritas but she loves exploring all of the wonders that Sweden and the surrounding Scandinavian region have to offer.
- Grant Kelly
Grant is a chef with over 22 years experience. He has worked in some of the best restaurants and hotels around the world including 3 Michelin star restaurants in France and Raffles hotel Singapore.
- Hedir Al-chalabi
Hedir is a published author, who worked as a journalist and web editor. She is a full time developing individual, who fell in love with Stockholm...
- Ingrid Koning
- Jairo Hurtado
- Jill Leckie
- Joel Sherwood
Joel is an American father of three lovely girls and has lived in Sweden since 2001. He is a big fan of Stockholm, good writing, baseball, paternity leave and Tostidos with a hint of lime. He blogs at Blogweiser.
- Judi Lembke
Judi Lembke is a Stockholm-based writer and editor who also works with communications and idea facilitation, particularly with smaller companies.
- Karen Perez Guzman
Her passion is her profession: video, art, photography and travel, which she signs as: 1 way ticket. Maybe that's why she ended up so far from Mexico, her homeland. There is so much world out there and one must see it all, she says.
- Kate Blanchfield
Kate is a writer, scientist and surfer. Originally from London, she moved to Stockholm for her physics research and now she's staying for the fika and feminism.
- Miss V.
I am a first-time mom, over 40 and love most of it. I call both Cape Town and Stockholm home since 2004 and have been lucky enough to meet many local and international people in this great city. I will share some of my observations and lessons learned on my journey. I have a great interest in food and wine (WSET 3 and Sommelier Diploma, Restaurangakademien, 2012).
- Morgane Oléron
I eat, I run, I laugh, I travel and I write. In no particular order. Except for eating. Eating comes first.
- Nina Uddin
Nina is a freelance translator and writer, who also takes her photography pretty seriously. Popular music in all its forms is her biggest passion and she knows what's going on in the Stockholm (and Swedish) music scene.
- Noel Sheehy
Noel is a writer and publisher from Ireland. When he is not writing controversial articles, he is out coaching his football team. Topics of interest include Football, Social issues etc.
- Petya Thorne
Petya Thorne is a blogger, print and video journalist with a background in history of art. Passionate about showcasing female artists, you’ll find her blogging at www.artyculate.com
- Rebecca Martin
- Solveig Rundquist
Solveig is an American cactus who plucked up her ancient Scandinavian roots and transplanted them back to snowy Stockholm soil. When not writing for YLC she can be found cantering about town in search of culture, chai and cheer. Follow Solveig and Your Living City on Twitter!
- Ting Yiu
Ting calls both Hong Kong and New Zealand home. When not writing/taking photos, her vices include scuba diving, National Geographic, turn of the century explorers, spicy food, book stores and science fiction. She is happiest gallivanting through remote corners of the globe while documenting her ensuing (mis)adventures.
- Tracey Provan
Community manager, Therapist, Mum of one adorable little monster...er, child. Moved to Sweden for the love of Sweden and not for love itself. Crazy, right?!
- Victoria Hussey
After spending seven months living in Sweden, self-confessed country-girl, Victoria returned to life in the English countryside with a very Stockholm-looking (i.e. black) wardrobe and a quest to discover how Swedish fashion is faring outside the land of the midnight sun. Victoria enjoys travelling to far-off lands, alternative music and wishes someone would invent some kind of socially-acceptable breakfast ice-cream.
- Wai Lin Coultas
Wai Lin is a Singaporean married to an Australian. Besides being mad about putting her own twists and fusions into recipes from diverse continents, she spends her time writing and subbing for an Aussie newspaper as well as covering the contemporary arts scene in Singapore as a gallery docent and online reviewer. She and her hubby love Stockholm's exciting arts and culture, along with the food and wine it offers.
- YLC Stockholm
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