Based in London; Formerly of New York, Buenos Aires, Fife, and the Western Cape. Saoránach d'Éirinn.
A writer, blogger, historian, and web designer born in New York, educated in Argentina, Scotland, and South Africa, and now based in London. read more

Andrew Cusack M.A. (Hons) St.And.
I’m a writer, historian, web designer, and volunteer with the homeless, handicapped, and elderly.

An Irish citizen, I was born in New York and went to school there (plus a bit in Argentina), then university in Scotland, and I used to live in South Africa. Now I’m back in Britain, living and working in London.

I’ve been printed in publications as varying as the Los Angeles Times (circ.: over 500,000), the Weekly Standard (circ.: over 100,000), and the Journal of the Guild of Mace-bearers (circ.: unknown).

I write in English (and sometimes Afrikaans), and my work’s been translated into French, Spanish, Italian, Catalan, and Swedish.

My volunteer work is primarily with the disabled, handicapped, and homeless for the Order of Malta and OMV, working in England, Ireland, France, and Lebanon.

Former Associate Editor of The New Criterion, described as “America’s leading review of the arts and intellectual life” by the Daily Telegraph and “more consistently worth reading than any other magazine in English” according to the Times Literary Supplement.

Previously the editor-in-chief and founder of The Mitre, a student newspaper at the University of St Andrews. Publisher and co-founder of the Mitre Literary Review.

Awarded Honorary Life Membership by the Students’ Association for significant contribution to student life at St Andrews. I’ve rowed with the University of St Andrews Boat Club and the House of Commons Boat Club — both with little success but much enjoyment.

Lover of history, art, architecture, heraldry, vexillology, and innumerable other subjects, with particular interest in Great Britain & Ireland, South Africa, the Netherlands, New York, France, Hungary, and Argentina.

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