Gregory Lee Sullivan’s fiction and journalism appear in The Washington Post, VICE Sports, The Guardian US, USA Today, The Denver Post, The Toronto Star, The Collagist, The Nervous Breakdown and other places. He’s worked as a newspaper reporter and editor in Georgia and Tennessee, including a stint covering the NHL and major college athletics at The Tennessean newspaper in Nashville. He also spent two seasons as the paper’s beat writer covering Nashville Triple-A baseball team.
Greg has taught journalism courses at Rowan University, English lit and professional writing at Widener University and fiction workshops at Rowan College at Burlington County in New Jersey. He has an MFA in Creative Writing from Rutgers University, along with a bachelor’s in journalism from the University of Georgia. He now works and writes mostly fiction out of North Carolina.