Karen Muldoon

Karen, a Philadelphia native, was inspired by her grandfather, the legendary Miami Herald columnist Jack Kofoed. Thanks to her early journalism connections, her birth in Philadelphia was proclaimed to the world by no less than columnist Walter Winchell. She has a degree in communications from Glassboro State College (now Rowan University) and has been a staff reporter on the Roanoke Times, the Press of Atlantic City and the Courier-Post. In addition to her writing skills, Karen is also a painter and photographer whose work has been displayed in the Philadelphia, South Jersey, and Hampton Roads areas.

Karen and her late husband Tony, writing partners for many years, wrote the novel Becoming Finnigan, which was published in 2013 by High Tide Publications.

She is a member of the Virginia Screenwriters Forum. Monster God, a script on which she and her husband collaborated was a finalist in the 2017 Virginia Screenwriting competition, and The Judas Ship, another script on which the two collaborated, was a semi-finalist in the 2018 Richmond International Film Festival.

For more information about Karen, please visit her website at http://www.readmuldoon.com.

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