Micaela Muldoon

Windsor, Ontario, Canada

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Micaela Muldoon

Hello, my name is Micaela Muldoon, and I specialize in writing and editing. I hold a B.A. in English Language, Literature and Creative Writing & Communication, Media, and Film (a double-major degree) from the University of Windsor. I also hold an M.A. in English Literature and Creative Writing, and I am currently pursuing an additional M.A. in Folklore. As such, I have written dozens of academic and creative pieces over several years, including a creative thesis for my first M.A. I also had the opportunity to read and critique my peers’ work and to receive critiques from my peers on my own work.
During my undergraduate degree, I worked as a Teaching Assistant for the courses Foundations of Academic Writing I and II at the University of Windsor. As a graduate student at the University of Windsor, I worked as a Graduate Assistant for the Editing and Publishing Practicum, which required me to guide students in publishing and launching a poetry manuscript. This experience was informed by my time as a student in that same practicum. I was also a Graduate Assistant for the Women in Literature course, and during my final semester, I was the Student Writer-in-Residence. In the latter position, I assisted a professor with a first-year creative writing course, and I helped graduate and undergraduate students improve their writing. My edits were both technical and developmental.
Over the past year, I worked as a Writing Tutor at Memorial University of Newfoundland’s Writing Centre. My job was to assist graduate students with technical and stylistic improvements to their papers. I worked with papers across multiple fields, including folklore, gender studies, engineering, and environmental sciences.
In a volunteer capacity, I wrote for the arts section of the University of Windsor's newspaper, The Lance, for nearly three years. I also volunteered teaching English to basic, intermediate, and advanced learners for two hours a week, once a week, for almost two years at the library.