Profile of Joan Sullivan

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  • 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 ...

  • A fusion of poetry and dance

    It became a hit, and won the Griffin Poetry Prize. “Eunoia” is a unique, exacting work (it took Bok seven years to produce it), yet a ...

  • Modern living

    To call Beck a multi-tasker is an understatement, as she can focus and strategize on different issues and diverse platforms, while still scheming ...

  • Artists improvise choreography

    As the audience enters, a slew of people are onstage — artists such as Andy Jones, Mary-Lynn Bernard, Sarah Joy Stoker, Lori Clarke, Louise ...

  • Writer performs on festival stage

    Story choreographed and wrote the piece; in fact, she may be better known in these parts as a writer, having produced two well-respected novels ...

  • ‘So Blue’ brings urbane vibe to Festival of New Dance

    For example, Neighbourhood Dance Works, which sponsors the festival, has been energized and guided by people like Agnes Walsh, Lois Brown, and ...