Ria Julien is an attorney who has worked in publishing since 1999. She joined the agency in 2013 after being called to the Bar in New York. Her interests include literature in translation, diaspora fiction, and nonfiction works of conscience on a wide range of topics including law, history, economics, women & gender, environmental and cultural studies. She represents authors whose works offer a critique of power and social injustice. Her clients include biographer Colin Asher, award-winning novelist Álvaro Enrigue, critic and novelist Chris Kraus, reporter Alexa O’Brien, muckraking journalist Greg Palast, and radical economist Richard Wolff. Having previously worked as an editor and foreign rights agent, she enjoys developing book projects, and finding an international readership for her authors.