Michelle Junot is a writer, copy editor, and designer living in Baltimore, Maryland. She was born and raised in Lafayette, Louisiana.
During the day, she works to at University of Baltimore, and in the evening, she teaches graphic design to promising writers. She also drinks a lot of wine (but not while teaching).
Michelle is the author Notes From My Phone* a self-portrait in her twenties, and of and the floor was always lava, a collection of essays exploring childhood and memory. Her writing has been published in Welter, Industry Night, The Avenue, Reject, and Baltimore STYLE.
Michelle earned her M.F.A in Creative Writing & Publishing Arts from University of Baltimore and her B.A. in Communication and Dance from Centenary College of Louisiana.