Michele Finkelstein

Resource Development Coordinator

Location icon United States

Michele Finkelstein plays banjo, eats greens and writes from time to time. Michele recently moved from Chicago, Illinois, where she received her undergraduate degree in Peace & Conflict Studies at DePaul University. Currently, she is the Resource Development Coordinator at Rainier Valley Food Bank.

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Rvfb
09/14/2013
Urban Ag Bike Tour

This September RVFB & Bike Works will host an Urban Agriculture Bike Tour of farms & gardens growing food security & food justice in beautiful Southeast Seattle. We'll peddle at a relaxed pace as we stop at some of our neighborhood's leading plots in the local ...Read

Therumpus
08/22/2011
Baffled, Bursting, And Barely Contained - The Rumpus.net

Baffled, Bursting, and Barely Contained A collection of flash fiction from five authors, They Could No Longer Contain Themselves unites distinct, compelling voices into one bursting collection. They Could No Longer Contain Themselves made me LOL. That's right. I laughed out loud.

Pankmagazine
Newpages Review of Ethel Rohan's Hard to Say

M. Bartley Seigel / December 3rd, 2011 / Young Bright Things ] HARD TO SAY Fiction by Ethel Rohan PANK, September 2011 ISBN-13: 978-0-9824697-6-7 Paperback: 54pp; $6.50 Newpages Review by Michele Finkelstein Hard to Say, recently published by PANK, contains a collection of short personal stories that will pluck at your heartstrings.