donalee Moulton is a professional writer and editor based in Halifax, N.S.
As a professional journalist, donalee’s byline has appeared in more than 100 print and online publications throughout North America and beyond. These include The National Post, Chatelaine, Maclean’s, The Lawyer's Daily, Canadian Business, and The Globe & Mail.
donalee is the author of author of the new book The Thong Principle: Saying What You Mean and Meaning What You Say published by Business Expert Press in the U.S.
Her first mystery book Hung Out to Die is slated for publication this spring. Her short story “Swan Song” was one of 21 selected for publication in Cold Canadian Crime, an anthology published by Crime Writers of Canada. Her second short story, also featuring the Iqaluit-based chief of police Doug Brumal, is being published this spring in Black Cat Weekly. As well, donalee has co-authored the book, Celebrity Court Cases.
In addition, donalee was the editor of Atlantic Books Today, a quarterly publication for the East Coast book industry and she is currently editor of the Mount Saint Vincent University alumni magazine, Folia Montana.
donalee is also a published poet. Her work has appeared in Queen’s Quarterly, Arc, Prairie Fire, Atlantis, The Dalhousie Review, The Antigonish Review, Carousel, Fireweed, and Whetstone, among others. She is a former co-publisher and co-editor of The Pottersfield Portfolio literary journal.
As well, donalee is a professional educator and trainer. She has taught communication and writing/editing courses at Dalhousie University, Saint Mary’s University, and Mount Saint Vincent University. donalee has taught writing and editing workshops and courses for writers’ associations across the country.
Various. The craft of writing. The business of writing. Everything from query letters to editing a manuscript.
I have conducted numerous workshops related to writing and editing. Topic and length can be determined in consultation with organizers.
Again, the visit will be tailored to meet the needs of the school. The intent is to be hands on and engaging.