Profile of Joan Sullivan

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  • Captivating whodunit has hockey at its core

    As “Thin Ice” starts, the season is just getting underway, but the sports press is already focused and ready to pounce on the beloved hometown ...

  • Under the Surface

    But, they always add, you will enjoy it. RELATED STORY: St. John’s OKs funding for N.L. artists in Venice Perhaps so. But, just as there are ...

  • Poems explore the meaning of life

    Both are united by Rowe’s attempts to understand the gaps and deductions of life, the physical erosions, the spaces left behind. His lyric ...

  • Pittman tells stories with colour

    The title is “Stories” and that is what they depict, both as a whole and in and of themselves.Some are based on events in Pittman’s life, others ...

  • On the move

    Jack is afraid to tell his wife, Angela. “She’d do more than shake a fist. She’d grow cold, hover in silence, and then charge. Take charge, as if ...

  • Sara Tilley’s new novel blazes new trails

    And, with this work, her many interests and talents have drawn together. For example, Tilley’s writing process included crafting and wearing ...

  • De Mariaffi’s debut novel will hook you

    It’s an unproductive routine, held in orbit around acts of inhumanity. It’s also a very uneasy task for Evie, who has personal connections to a ...

  • Sharp short stories and Winter's newest tale

    They are joined by situations of migration and displacement; they almost all are away from home, or even unsure where that really is. The stories ...

  • From the fantastical to the actual

    But that’s how Cory Collins composes his elaborate, fantastic cities. These are vivid, detailed, and completely imagined. “Kurdish Taipei,” for ...

  • Paintings create colourful portrait of city

    They zone in from all kinds of angles: skylines, alleyways, rowhouses condensely configured like multi-hued honeycombs.At first glance they can ...