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Beth Arnold

Location: Paris FR
Website: http://www.betharnold.com


I'm a journalist and award-winning writer, living in Paris, who has written for such print venues as Rolling Stone, GQ, InStyle, Self, American Way, Premiere, and Mirabella. Online, besides my regular blogging for The Huffington Post (where I produce the "Letter From Paris" branded column & podcasts), I have also written for Salon.com and Vogue at Style.com. My prime journalistic topics are politics, culture, people, and travel. I have been interviewed on Air America, and my online commentary has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, U.S. News & World Report, The Hotline, Der Spiegel, BuzzFlash, The Satirical Political Report, AlterNet, Democratic Underground, PoynterOnline, and USA Today Online. During its coverage of President Obama's inauguration, BET (Black Entertainment Television) used my video of election night in Paris. During the presidential campaign, www.betharnold.com was named "Political Blog of the Week" on Blog Catalog. I was also included in one of the most prestigious books on the whole blogging phenomenon, The Huffington Post Complete Guide to Blogging (Simon & Schuster, 2008). While I have wholeheartedly made the leap to New Media, I also continue to write for print. In 2007, I contributed a chapter on Living in France to the book "Retirement Without Borders" (Scribner, 2008). At present, I'm putting the finishing touches on a nonfiction book called "Picking the Bones," a memoir about family, identity, and loss. And I'm organizing my blogs from the website www.chasingmatisse.com (written in 2002-2003 to chronicle my and my husband's great adventure of selling our house in Arkansas, putting everything in storage, and uprooting ourselves to France) into a book I call "Jours of Our Lives." To get more scoop on our move to France, go to: www.chasingmatisse.com. And, for those who want a little more info: go to my About page at www.betharnold.com. I'd love to see you there! Leave a comment. Sign up for my feed. Peace, Beth