Michelle Green is a British-Canadian writer and spoken word artist. She has appeared at numerous festivals and live events across the UK and beyond, performing solo and in collaboration with writers, musicians and visual/digital artists. She was part of the four-artist team that created Tales from the Towpath, a transmedia storytelling project that debuted at Manchester Literature Festival in 2014 and was shortlisted for the international Walking Visionaries Award and New Media Writing Prize. Michelle has written for Literature Across Frontiers, Short Fiction Journal, and a number of short story and poetry anthologies. Most recently, her work was featured on BBC Radio 4’s Border Crossing - a series of paired stories from international and British authors. She has published one collection of poetry with Crocus Books, and her critically acclaimed collection of short fiction, Jebel Marra, is based on her own experience as an aid worker in Darfur. More at www.michellegreen.co.uk. Michelle also leads Comma short story courses across the North of England which you can find more info about on commapress.co.uk.