Katy Masuga

Copy Editor, Copywriter, Developmental Editor, Editor, Ghostwriter, Writer, Writer Manager

Translator, editor, writer, instructor (English, French, German)

Multi-lingual editor, writer, translator and educator with international and administrative experience with four books of both fiction and non-fiction and a double Ph.D. in Comparative Literature and Theory and Criticism seeking opportunities in ghostwriting. editing, proofreading and translation projects.
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University of Washington, Seattle, Ph.D., Comparative Literature
University of Washington, Seattle, Ph.D., Theory and Criticism
University of Colorado, Boulder, M.A. Comparative Literature
University of Colorado, Boulder, Certification in Higher Education Graduate Teaching Program
California State University, East Bay, B.A., Philosophy; Special Option: Religious Studies
Location|German, French
Publications

Published Content

4
University of Washington, Seattle
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University of Washington, Seattle

My articles, essays and stories as well as links to books are found on this site.

Book Arts - arts du livre - Canada: Spring 2018
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Book Arts - arts du livre - Canada: Spring 2018

My profile on the Canadian altered book artist Doug Beube for Book Arts - arts du livre - Canada, the publication of the Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild.

Teaching American Literature in Paris: An Interview With Katy Masuga – Lingua Franca
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Teaching American Literature in Paris: An Interview With Katy Masuga – Lingua Franca

An interview with me by Hemingway scholar, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera.

June, 21 2018
When Storytelling Meets Active Learning: An Academic Reading Experiment with French MA Students
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When Storytelling Meets Active Learning: An Academic Reading Experiment with French MA Students

An article co-written by myself and other colleagues at the Sorbonne on a project entitled "Science and Storytelling."

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