IMG_4572Michelle Junot is the Creative Editor of Writers and Words, a Baltimore reading series, and the author of and the floor was always lava

She was born and raised in Lafayette, Louisiana where she learned important skills like cajun dancing, crawfish peeling, and reading. She now lives with her six plants in Baltimore, Maryland where she writes and drinks unsafe amounts of coffee.

She is working on two new collections–one about being 25 and another about travel. Her most recent work [read: unedited] is a new blog series she’s calling “Self Portrait: [selected] Notes from my Phone.

Click here to read more about Michelle.

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Reminiscent of The Butterfly Effect, a film in which Ashton Kutcher transports himself back in time by reading passages about his childhood, Junot’s book provides a similar portal for discovery.

As a memoirist, Junot has a unique gift, the ability to seamlessly write from the perspective of childhood innocence while including mature, adult insights.

–Dustin Fisher, author of Daddy Issues
[continue reading at monologging.com]

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