Profile of Joan Sullivan

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  • Small spaces making big splash on local art scene

    But that’s not the whole parameter of the city’s exhibition scene. Small spaces and one-off happenings underscore the discipline’s durability and ...

  • Figurative speaking

    But most people would probably associate “figurative work” with the human form, and that is what is on display here, with 20 artists in ...

  • Joan Sullivan: A pilgrim’s guide to Beaumont Hamel

    It includes maps, describing both the First World War theatre and the area today; a highly detailed account of the Regiment’s experience there, ...

  • Riveting writing from the edge

    Mary Dalton: These are other voices speaking through me; these are idioms. “The face of a robber’s horse” is an expression in Newfoundland ...

  • Warner’s no one hit wonder

    Here the dame is Lila, or was, as she is dead from the end of the first paragraph. Appearances suggest a homicide, and the police have ...

  • Tails and tales

    The True Confessions of a Badly Misunderstood Dogby Bill RoweFlanker Press $19.95“My name is Durf and I am a dog. I can freely admit that now, ...

  • A captivating collection

    This collection of 11 short stories emerged from a writing class author Lisa Moore taught at Memorial University. The students cohered so well ...

  • Horan’s ‘New Works’ hum

    Just consider “Hannibal Crossing the Alps,” with its marshalled progression of lavenders and wines. “The work in this exhibition forms a record ...

  • Chubbs’ ‘Constellations’ profound and powerful

    “Historically, the familiarly named (constellations) have been imposed through other mythologies of Roman, Greek, Aboriginal, Celtic origins. ...

  • Clark nails it with new novel

    “The Birthday Lunch” is a domestic tableau at its core, centred on a tragic event that opens the McNab family to viewing from neighbours, friends ...