Michele Tracy Berger is a professor, creative writer, and pug-lover.
Michele primarily loves writing speculative fiction, but also enjoys writing poetry and creative nonfiction. Her work has appeared in The Chapel Hill News, Glint Literary Journal, Oracle: Fine Arts Review, Trivia: Voices of Feminism, The Feminist Wire, Ms. Magazine, Carolina Women’s Magazine, WNC Woman, A Letter to My Mom, and various zines.
Her most recent work is “Nussia” a sci-fi horror novelette recently published by Book Smugglers Publishing. Reenu-You her sci-fl novella was also published by BSP. Her fiction can also be found in UnCommon Origins: A Collection of Gods, Monsters, Nature and Science by Fighting Monkey Press, You Don’t Say: Stories in the Second Person by Ink Monkey Press, Flying South: A Literary Journal, 100wordstory, Thing Magazine, and The Red Clay Review.
Michele is a Trustee on the Board of the North Carolina Writers Network.
She lives in Pittsboro, NC with her partner Tim. She has to refrain from collecting every pug-themed item she encounters.
Watch her reading at illogicon 2018 below!