Publications

Fiction

“Manchester”American Chordata, Summer 2016

“Max & Julia” – OVERFLOW, Summer 2010 (Winner of Sackett Street Writers’ Workshop Fiction Contest)

“One Year After the Death of Leonardo” – Monkeybicycle 6, Spring 2009 (podcast reading here)

Three Thirds – Infinity Publishing, 2002

 

Poetry

“Growing”Pamplemousse, Winter 2016

“Mountains”Ginosko Literary Journal, Issue 13, 2013

“Center of the Universe”On Earth As It Is, 2011

“6 Thoughts on Love”Poets/Artists, Spring 2011 (reading here)

 

Film

Marshall Winchester’s Big Stand (co-writer with Kevin Hall, 2008)

 

Recent Nonfiction

DT Notes: This Year’s Big Apple Tap Fest Honored Professor Robert L. Reed,” Dance-teacher.com, February 1, 2016

“Savion Glover’s OM Opens This Week at The Joyce Theater,” Dance-teacher.com, June 25, 2014

Dancing in Jaffa Opens Today,” Dance-teacher.com, April 11, 2014

“Dancing Through Life,” Dance Teacher, February 2014 (print only)

“ATDF’s Tap City Awards,” Dance-teacher.com, July 10, 2013

“Go See Savion Glover’s STePz at The Joyce Theater,” Dance-teacher.com, June 20, 2013

“Readers Report Back From… Misery Loves Company,” The Rumpus, May 2013

“Readers Report Back From… Friends With Benefits,” The Rumpus, April 2012

“Seasonal Patrons: Joe Sullivan on Matthew Guenette’s American Busboy,” Gently Read Literature, Feb. 2012

“Joe Sullivan on 30 Under 30: An Anthology of Innovative Fiction by Young Writers,” Gently Read Literature, Feb. 2012

“Life’s Events as They Are: Joe Sullivan on Philip Sterling,” Gently Read Literature, Dec. 2011

“Depressing & Gorgeous: Joe Sullivan on Daniel Tobin’s Belated Heavens,” Gently Read Literature, May 2011

“Flo-Bert Goes Broadway,” Dance Teacher, May 2011

“Endlessly Rewarding: Joe Sullivan on Shya Scanlon’s In This Alone Impulse,” Gently Read Literature, March 2011

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