Fish Out of AguaHosted by Michele Carlo. It’s Season 2 of “Fish Out Of Agua with Michele Carlo!” Our book serialization was complete as of May 9—and all 26 episodes are now available on Podomatic. This season, we’ll keep the “fish out of water” theme—by continuing to showcase artists we love—and expanding their segments to include short performances!You can also expect new stories (hey, we always say we have over 8,000,000 of them) plus more tunes, more commentary and some special surprises, so tune in, turn us on…and swim with us awhile!
Listen every Tuesday at 3:00 pm
About Michele Carlo
Michele Carlo is the author of “Fish Out Of Agua,” a memoir about growing up as a redheaded Puerto Rican in an Italian/Irish neighborhood in 1970s NYC. She is also a storyteller/solo performer who has appeared across the U.S., including the MOTH’s GrandSlams and Mainstage in NYC, on NPR with Latino USA, and on PBS (“Latino Americans of NY & NJ,” “66th & B’way Open-Mic”). Her current solo show, about the gentrification of Park Slope, Brooklyn, is called “There Goes The Neighborhood.”
External Website: www.michelecarlo.com