Welcome, Kathe Molloy has been a published freelance writer since 1993. Her resumé and a small sample of her newspaper and magazine articles are posted here.

To access her resumé please click on the Resumé link at the top of this page.

There are links to her other services in the left hand column on this page.

To read a few samples of her published work please click on the Clips List at the top of this page.

The links to the left will take you to samples of her column, and information on copywriting, copyediting, proofreading, and teaching services.

Also, to see examples of her photography work please click on the Photo Gallery at the top of the page.

To contact Kathe there is an email link at the top left of each page.

Please take a moment of your time to read the About page.

Thank you!

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Here are a few notes I received from some of my former short fiction writing adult students:

Dear Kathe,

Thank you so much for the most informative and well-organized class I have ever taken.
Whether one is writing for pure pleasure or for hopes of publication your class can help them achieve their dreams. I wish it had gone on for four or five more weeks. I look forward to your expanded class in the spring.

Atala.D, NH

Dear Kathe,

You have encouraged me to continue to write an given me the tools and help to get started. Thank you as much for presenting a most stimulating, informative, and exciting short story writing course.
I found each of your classes opened new doors of knowledge. The printed material you provided and reviewed with us is extremely helpful. Best of all, these past weeks have been such fun for your entire class.

Mildred .D., NH

Dear Kathe,

Thank you for the short story writing class. You truly have a gift for teaching. Please let me know when you will be teaching another class. I would like to work on writing more—I am determined. Through your help I will keep working on it.

Alice D. NH

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OTHER SERVICES:

Editing and Proofreading

Copywriting

Ghostwriting

Teaching Writing

Note:
(Next short story writing class starts May 29, 2012)

Kathe's next offering, an eight week class in short story writing begins on Tuesday, May 29, 2012. Please click the link for more information.
Short Story Writing


Also, please see
What My Students Say

CLIPS:
Please see theClips List link at the top of this page.

THE COMPASS NEWSPAPER COLUMN SAMPLES:
The Claremont Connection by Kathe Molloy:

Click any of the links below to read a sample column then scroll down the page.
Click the back button to return.

Presidential Conspicuous Consumption

Author and Illustrator David Macaulay at Claremont Middle School

Gardening and GMOs

City On A Hill

Domestic Violence

BLOG PAGE SAMPLE:
NaBabe Susan Boyle on Britain's Got Talent by Kathe Molloy



Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications
Member of New Hampshire Writers' Project
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Granite State College

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