University of Lausanne.
She next spent some time in England perfecting her English, going on to study French literature and German at the University of Zurich and theology at the University of Lausanne. She lived in Paris from 1950, where she devoted herself primarily to writing poetry. She also contributed to the Swiss periodicals Louisiana Liberté, Gazette de Lausanne and Treize Etoiles and Les Nouvelles littéraires of Paris.
During the 1970s, she was editor of the Paris literary magazine Louisiana voix des poètes.
Micheloud also wrote a column on poetry for the weekly Construire. She received the:
Prix Edgar Poe awarded by the Maison de poésie of Paris in 1972
prize awarded by the canton of Valais in 2002
During her time in Paris, there were more than ten major exhibits of her paintings.
Micheloud died in Cully at the age of 91.