Michelle Mirsky is a writer and storyteller in Austin, TX where she works in public health and spends evenings telling stories – formerly to live people, now to the whole wide internet. She is the mother of two sons, one living and one ghost. Her essays have appeared on McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, The Rumpus, Best American Essays and are being developed for television. She is currently (forever) at work on a collection of essays/memoir which she hopes you will look forward to reading.
Michelle comes to Testify again tomorrow night with a story about being trapped by the worst day of her life in her piece, Deadkidistan.