“Fish Out of Agua” with Michele CarloHosted by Michele Carlo. “Fish Out Of Agua with Michele Carlo” showcases the “stories behind the stories” of artists we love! All past episodes are available below. So scroll down, tune in…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, the Clearwater Arts & Music festival, “RISK!” live shows and podcast, on NPR (“Latino USA”) and on PBS (“Stories from the Stage,” Latino Americans of NY & NJ”).
In Michele’s “free” time she curates/produces/co-hosts the storytelling show “No Name Super Storytellers” at Word Up bookstore in Washington Heights. She also appears in the occasional film project: “If These Knishes Could Talk: The Story Of The New York Accent” (2011), “La Bruja” (2019) and solo show: “There Goes The Neighborhood” (2016). Michele is currently preparing for a theatrical adaptation of her book “Fish Out Of Agua” at NYC’s Gotham Storytelling Festival in November 2019.
External Website: www.michelecarlo.com