Michelle Herrera Mulligan Executive Editor Atria

About the Editor

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Michelle Herrera Mulligan (she/her/ella) is a senior editor who has published groundbreaking fiction and non-fiction including former inmate Cyntoia Brown-Long’s NAACP-Award-nominated memoir Free Cyntoia; Koa Beck’s critically lauded White Feminism, and Susan Abulhawa’s novel, Against The Loveless World, a finalist for the Aspen Words Literary Prize. In 2020, she was named one of the top 100 most influential Latinas in the United States by Latino Leaders magazine.

Areas of Interest: Upmarket and Literary fiction, Narrative Nonfiction, Literature in Translation, Spirituality, History, Inspiration

Authors Include: Ryan O’Connell, Cleo Wade, Danny Trejo, Maria Hinojosa, Rob Kenner, Reyna Grande, Rachel Ricketts, Koa Beck, Preethaji, Krishnaji, Chiquis Rivera, Maitland Ward, and JJ Bola


Featured Titles

Just by Looking at Him
White Feminism
Against the Loveless World
Do Better
The Selfless Act of Breathing
The Four Sacred Secrets
Eat Right for Your Inflammation Type
Last Updated: September 22, 2023