When Michelle isn’t hitching chicken buses in Guatemala or witnessing rooster sacrifices in southern Mexican Mayan churches, she’s writing. Luckily, she’s home in New York, for now, and she’s writing for SNRG. She’s composing compilation articles of New York City neighborhoods with significant student essays on crime and drugs, and it’s turning out to be quite juicy stuff. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College with a BA in Liberal Arts in 2011; dabbling in everything from psychology to fiction writing, psychoneuroimmunology to theories of nothingness, she reviled in its rebellious nature. Her favorite writer is Tom Robbins and she always has a red pen in her purse.