Publishing Office

Suzanne Donahue,
Vice President and
Associate Publisher

Suzanne Donahue oversees the marketing campaigns for Atria Books, Washington Square Press, Atria/Beyond Words, Strebor Books, Keywords Press, Enliven Books, and Atria Español, and acts as a liaison between editorial and sales and editorial and marketing.

Tasha Hilton,
Senior Digital Marketing Manager


Tasha joined Atria in 2016 and oversees all social media campaigns. In addition, she works on marketing for titles like I Can’t Make This Up by Kevin Hart, Around the Way Girl by Taraji P. Henson and Darktown by Thomas Mullen.

Bianca Salvant,
Publishing Associate


Bianca is a graduate of Florida A&M Univeristy and a member of Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. She joined Atria Books in October of  2016, following Greater Talent Network. She works with Suzanne Donahue in the publishing office, in addition to marketing for Enliven books and select conversion and hardcover titles. Bianca loves books that challenge her perception of reality.

Michael Gorman,
Publishing Assistan


Michael joined Atria in 2017 to assist Suzanne Donahue and the marketing department in their day-to-day operations. He holds a B.A. in English from Miami University and is a graduate of New York University’s Summer Publishing Institute.

Kitt Reckord Mabicka,
Administrative Coordinator

Kitt works with Judith Curr. She manages the publisher’s schedule and acts as a go-between for all departments.

Kimberly Goldstein,
Managing Editor

Kimberly Goldstein oversees the entire production process from manuscript to finished book for Atria Books, Emily Bestler Books, Washington Square Press, Atria/Beyond Words, and Strebor Books.

Paige Lytle,
Assistant Managing Editor

Paige Lytle joined Atria Books after attending New York University’s Summer Publishing Institute. She assists Kimberly Goldstein in the management of Atria’s titles, helps oversee the production process, and acts as a go-between for all departments.

Luq Hamaki,
Managing Editorial Assistant

Luqman Hamaki assists Kimberly Goldstein in monitoring and updating title information in the database. He also works closely with Howard Books in their production process.