- Vast experience writing and editing for names like The Chicago Tribune and New York Daily News
- Writer of two books and various articles appearing in literary magazines
- Handled editorial development for Time Inc., The New York Times, and others
Michele Morris is an accomplished writer and editor, having written for the likes of Working Woman, Money, Discovery, Conde Nast Traveler, Glamour, Good Housekeeping, Simple Living, The Chicago Tribune, New York Daily News, and Financial World. She has also penned two non-fiction books and a number of poetry and short stories that have appeared in literary magazines. Her blog posts have appeared at the HuffPost and Ms. Magazine.
Editing wise, Michele has handled editorial development for the New York Times and Time Inc., among others. She was the editor for the 1989 Page One Award winning article "Survey of Sexual Harassment" in the Fortune 500, published by Working Woman. Michele is also an educator, teaching undergraduate courses in creative and magazine writing at the University of Utah.
Michele earned her master’s degree from the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University. She has a bachelor’s in creative writing and Spanish from the University of Arizona.