Michele Carlo, a.k.a.
@Michele_asShell is the redhead with 8,000,000 stories about New York City. She is a native New Yorker, a Nuyorican, a natural redhead—and an author/performer who has appeared across the U.S., including the MOTH's GrandSlams and Mainstage in N.Y.C., on NPR with Latino U.S.A. and on PBS with Stories from the Stage. Her debut book, the memoir Fish Out Of Agua: My life on neither side of the (subway) tracks, was published by Citadel/Kensington.
Story Coaching with Michele Carlo!
Have a story you're working on for a solo show, a story festival or any other show/ performance? Reworking an old story? Polishing a new one? I can help! Learn more and contact me!
A new—and different story! I won the folktale story slam at the 2019 Northeast Storytelling Organization (NEST) "Sharing the Fire" conference with my adaptation of the traditional Puerto Rican folktale "Martina y Perez."
“La Bruja,” a short film I was in (written/directed by Eliza Cossio) not only won an Audience Choice Award, it was written up by Vulture (New York Magazine). Learn more about it here. https://labrujafilm.com 🔥💥😍🎆
I wrote an article for Chelsea Community News: Becca Beberaggi: A Tiny Brown Human Who Writes Things.
I Wrote a Book!
Fish Out Of Agua:
My Life On Neither Side Of
The (Subway) Tracks
a memoir by Michele Carlo. Many of these stories were first told at The Moth's StorySlams.