Michelle Cuevas




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Michelle Cuevas graduated from Williams College and holds a master of fine arts in creative writing from the University of Virginia, where she received the Henry Hoyns Fellowship. She has worked in the youth education department at The Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, and is now a full-time writer.

Michelle is the author of The Masterwork of a Painting Elephant illustrated by Ed Young, and Beyond The Laughing Sky illustrated by Julie Morstad. Her next projects, The Uncorker of Ocean Bottles illustrated by Erin E. Stead, and Confessions of an Imaginary Friend are forthcoming from Dial.

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Confessions of an Imaginary...

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Beyond the Laughing Sky

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“The truth is...you're only as invisible as you feel, imaginary or not.”
Michelle Cuevas, Confessions of an Imaginary Friend

“The most glorious works of art, the ones that bring the purest joy – perhaps they need not be touched or known, but seen only with the heart.”
Michelle Cuevas, The Masterwork of a Painting Elephant

“You rarely know, in the moment, when it's the last time you'll do something. Most of the time, the whole thing just sneaks away in the night, never to be seen or heard from again, not even sending back so much as a postcard to say hello.”
Michelle Cuevas, Beyond the Laughing Sky




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