Malwina Gudowska is an award-winning writer, editor and linguist. Her writing has appeared in Financial Times, Vogue, ELLE, The Globe and Mail, Literary Hub and many more publications. Her article on raising multilingual children won a National Magazine Award and was included in “The Best Canadian Magazine Articles” anthology.
Gudowska is a PhD researcher in applied linguistics with a focus on multilingualism and motherhood. In addition to writing and researching, she regularly consults on multilingualism, family language policy and recently worked on a branding project for a beauty company, acquiring the title of “notable linguist,” courtesy of Vogue.
Malwina is represented by Peters Fraser and Dunlop (PFD) Literary Agents.
MOTHER TONGUE TIED
On language, motherhood & multilingualism — disrupting myths & finding meaning
My book Mother Tongue Tied: On language, motherhood & multilingualism — disrupting myths & finding meaning will be released in June 2024 with Footnote Press.
Malwina has more than 15 years of experience copy writing, editing and social media management for various publications and clients. She offers editing and copy writing services for a variety of projects. Contact her below for an initial call or Zoom and to learn more about her services and rates.
With a background in both theoretical and applied linguistics, Malwina consults on a variety of language and linguistics projects. She offers consultations on family language planning with parents and families to help them understand their role in their children's bilingual development. She also offers workshops for organizations that want to help staff understand bilingualism and bilingual parenting.
One of her greatest passions and life goals is to continue to dispel the many prevalent and longstanding misconceptions around bilingualism. No, bilingualism does not cause speech delays! If you are interested in finding out more or booking an initial consultation please contact Malwina below.
Malwina is currently a PhD researcher in Applied Linguistics at Birkbeck, University of London. Her research focuses on language and emotion, motherhood and multilingualism. The title of her work is "Multilingual Mothering: The Emotionality and Emotional Communication of Mothers Raising Multilingual Children."