Michele Tracy Berger is a professor, a blogger, a creativity expert and a pug-lover. She’s passionate about all of these ways of being in the world and plays with the order that she avidly pursues them. Her writing has appeared in The Chapel Hill News, The Red Clay Review, Glint Literary Journal, Carolina Woman, Trivia: Voices of Feminism, Ms., The Feminist Wire, various zines, and Western North Carolina Woman. Her fiction has been published in You Don’t Say: Stories in the Second Person and Flying South. She has had winning entries in the Carolina Woman Magazine Writing Contest, the Science Fiction Poetry Association’s Poetry Contest, and the Winston-Salem Writers’ Contest. Michele was a ‘My View’ monthly columnist for The Chapel Hill News from 2012-2014. In 2014, she was a participant in the Creative Capital Professional Development Program sponsored by the North Carolina Arts Council. In 2015, she was chosen to attend A Room of Her Own Foundation’s biannual women’s writing residency held at Ghost Ranch in New Mexico. She is currently at work on a speculative fiction short story collection.
She has a coaching practice called The Creative Tickle® and is on a mission to tickle your genius awake. Come visit her: http://www.creativetickle.com/home