Michelle Sterling (Fiction 2010) is poised to have a productive year of writing. She is currently a writing resident at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts; next, she will be a 2013-2014 Literature Fellow at Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Germany.
Michelle has a creative nonfiction essay, “Go Out as Clear,” published in the Spring 2013 issue of Bellevue Literary Review. She also has an essay, “Sacking Berlin,” in the recent issue of The Baffler. “Sacking Berlin” is about the “hipsters, expats, yummies, and smartphones” taking over the city.
Michelle Sterling teaches at the Boston Conservatory and The University of Hong Kong, and has taught creative writing at Boston University. Her fiction and essays have appeared in LEMON, Maisonneuve, and Matrix, among others. She lives in Boston and Berlin.