Specializes in: Government, Travel, Photography
TJ Sullivan is a national award-winning writer and author of the novel "Boon."
A former staff reporter for the Santa Fe New Mexican, The Albuquerque Tribune, and the Ventura County (CA) Star, he's also written for NBC Universal, the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, The Dallas Morning News and the preeminent public affairs website LA Observed.
Sullivan's writing has been recognized with many national honors, including the prestigious Sigma Delta Chi Award, the second-oldest national journalism award after the Pulitzer Prize. Other state and national accolades include first-place awards from Best of the West, the American Association of Sunday and Feature Editors (now known as the Society for Features Journalism), the Associated Press News Executive Council and the Los Angeles Press Club.
A proud University of Kentucky alumnus, Sullivan was commissioned a Kentucky Colonel by the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 2006. An alumnus of the American Press Institute, the New York Writers Workshop, and The Henry Miller Library's Big Sur Writing Workshop, Sullivan's also a former journalism fellow at the Western Knight Center for Specialized Journalism (now known as the Knight Digital Media Center) at USC.
Last updated: 10/18/2016 ()