Michelle Fogle’s first contest winning poem was published by age eight, the same year she wrote and directed her first play. While middle school classmates spent lunches flirting and parading, she assembled a read and critique group in the girls’ bathroom. Her latest short fiction has been archived at DimeStories.
Maybe it was because her idea of having fun was always playing “let’s pretend”, which took her to the banks of the Nile or a cork orchard in Spain; she has always had a passion for history, modern and ancient. She is currently working on her second historical novel set in Belle Epoch Paris.