Michelle Kennedy Hogan is an author, editor, explorer, lover of the Oxford comma, and mom of eight.
After traveling down the coast from Alaska to California in a 1975 International School Bus, she and her family now live on a coffee and cacao farm in Hawai’i. Michelle has written 16 books including the 2005 bestselling and award-winning: “Without a Net: Middle Class and Homeless (With Kids) in America,” published by Viking. She has also edited many books, manuscripts, and articles for other writers.
Her work has appeared in The New York Times; The Christian Science Monitor; Salon.com; Redbook; Family Circle; Brain, Child; FamilyFun Magazine; and in many other publications. She has also been featured on National Public Radio, Wisconsin Public Radio, and other radio stations.
Michelle is happy to speak about publishing and writing, simple living, full-time rv’ing, tiny home living, homesteading, unschooling or gentle parenting at your next event. Email her at misha dot hogan at gmail dot com.