Caitlin Dwyer is a writer from Portland, Oregon.
Her journalistic writing pursues subjects in depth, resulting in complex, comprehensive features that explore the nuances of a particular issue. Based on careful observation, interviews, immersion and scholarly research, Caitlin’s articles build characters and tell amazing human stories.
Her poetry has been published in national journals. She is currently working on her Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Pacific Lutheran University’s Rainier Writer’s Workshop.
Her interests are the intersections of cultures, especially in a globalizing world; education; belonging and identity; environment, nature, and science; outdoor/adventure travel; Asia and China; and women’s issues.
She received her B.A. in English from Pomona College and her Master of Journalism degree at the University of Hong Kong. Caitlin has been to twenty countries on four continents and can talk about the weather in Spanish, Italian, and Mandarin Chinese.
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In addition to her freelance work, Caitlin has been a regular contributor or editor at…
Editor at The Immigrant Story (2017 – present)
House Writer at Buddhistdoor International (2014 – present)
Contributing Writer & Social Media Coordinator at Asian Review of Books (2012-2013)
Freelance Writer at Europe Up Close (2008-2013)
Assistant Editor at Poetry Northwest (2006-2008)
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