Mina Samuels

Mina Samuels is a full-time writer, editor and performance artist, and in a previous incarnation, a litigation lawyer and human rights advocate. In addition to her own writing, her current editorial work may include, at any particular time, a diverse range of ghostwriting or editing projects from motivational, to biography and memoir, to business strategy, sports, and human rights.

Mina has written two award-winning solo plays: Do You Know Me? and Hazards. Her book, Run Like a Girl, for which she appeared on The Today Show, came out in March 2011. Her novel, The Queen of Cups, was published in January 2007 and a collection of short stories, Crucifixion and Other Fictions, released on CD in March 2008. New York Times Bestseller The Think Big Manifesto, co-authored with Michael Port, was published in April 2009.

Mina has also ghostwritten many books, including a best-selling book by the CEO of a Fortune 100 company. She blogs regularly for the Huffington Post. She was a regular contributor to Vermont Sportsfor two years, has published personal essays in Alimentum and The French Literary Review, and her essay, "Tomorrow Might Not Be the Same," was included in the collection, How Running Changed My Life, published by Breakaway Books.

Run Like A Girl The Queen of Cups The Think Big Manifesto
  Crucifixion and Other Fictions  

Like A Girl

Solo Shows

Run Like a Girl

Queen of Cups

Short Stories


Upcoming Appearances:

Workshop Reading of Because I Am Your Queen
357 W 36th St
New York, NY
Monday, Nov. 21, 3 p.m.



©2016 Mina Samuels