Michelle R. Smith

Michelle R. Smith is a writer, blogger, educator, and cultural facilitator working out of Twinsburg. She is the author of the poetry collection Ariel in Black (Guide to Kulchur Press), and her work has been published in poemmemoirstory, Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism, and The Normal School. She is the creator of BLAX MUSEUM, an annual performance showcase dedicated to honoring notable black figures in American history and culture.

Michelle R. Smith is a writer, blogger, educator, and cultural facilitator, living and working out of Twinsburg, Ohio. She is the author of the poetry collection Ariel in Black (Guide to Kulchur Press) and an upcoming chapbook tentatively titled The Real Jazz Wives of Twentieth Century America (Outlandish Press). She has been published in poemmemoirstory, Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism, and The Normal School. She has been a featured reader and performer at The Lakewood Public Library, The Cleveland Museum of Arts, Cleveland Drafts – Brews + Prose, and Story Club Cleveland East Side. She has presented writing workshops at the East Cleveland Public Library and PNC Fairfax Connection. She is also the creator, producer, and director of BLAX MUSEUM, an annual performance showcase open to all forms and dedicated to honoring notable black figures in American history and culture.

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