I’m a writer and editor recently repatriated to Watertown, MA, after four fantastic years in Delft, the Netherlands–during which I had the opportunity to explore Europe and dove into travel, food, and wine, while writing both fiction and about the expat experience. I got to Delft by way of New Jersey, Boston, and marrying a biophysicist.


Since going freelance in 2009, my adventures have included:

I have a master’s in writing and publishing (Emerson College, 2005) and bachelor’s degrees in music performance and English (Grove City College, 2003). I believe that everyone does need a copy editor.

Reach  me at meghanblosser (at) gmail (dot) com.

all posts on this blog and personal photos are copyright (C) 2014 Meghan Blosser


5 responses to “About

  1. Amanda

    Hey Meghan!

    I was “homesick” for Delft so I decided to look up your blog. I love it! It looks like things are going well for you guys and I was happy to see that our spices made it in a post!
    We have just moved into our new place in NC and are finally starting to get settled. I hope that Delft is treating you well!


  2. Hannah Noble

    This is a lovely blog – of course I found it since you were mentioned in the NY TImes. I’ve been having fun reading it, since I’m actually considering taking a job offer in Eindhoven. (Yes, I’m a scientist, just finishing my PhD…it seems that the Dutch are pretty good about bringing in skilled workers from around the world!) Perhaps I’ll be able to relate to all of this if I take the job and move over in August. Thanks for the lovely writing, and I’m looking forward to have more time to enjoy your blog!

  3. I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award!

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