Katherine Malmo is an award-winning author, editor, and a resourceful freelance writer who loves storytelling and simplifying complicated topics. HerÂ memoir, Who in This Room: The Realities of Cancer, Fish, and Demolition, was published in 2011 and a finalist for the Washington State Book Award. Her work has recently appeared in Good Housekeeping, Outside Online, A Woman’s Health, The Seattle Times,Â and is forthcoming in CURE Magazine.
Her essays have been featured in Good Housekeeping and Sierra Magazine.
She also does content marketing work and has written for doctors’ offices and executives as well as media sites like The Seattle Times and Bergen Mama.
She has experience working in advertising, technology, software, and the boating industry, and writing about a range of topics from business and marketing communication to health and wellness, parenting, office space design, nature, and owls. She’s organized, reliable, and efficient. Whether itâ€™s conservation, data transfer, or genetic markers, she can help with whatever your project needs.
Specialties: writing, editing, profiles, health, inflammatory breast cancer, content marketing, copy writing, content creation, blogging, public speaking, newsletters, developmental editing, adoption, boating, office design, San Juan Islands, yoga.
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