SPOTLIGHT ON: Kathryn Sullivan
How did you get involved in the upcoming Imaginarium convention?
I’ve been a panelist at some of the Fandom Fests in the past, and Stephen Zimmer invited me to his new event.
What is your latest release and what genre is it?
“Search and Rescue” is a fantasy short story.
Quick description of it.
Wildlife rescuer Meg finds an odd baby in the forest during a thunderstorm. She fights to keep it alive, not knowing that its parents are searching across worlds for their baby and the thief that stole their child.
Something unique about it.
Some of my books have characters from this world stumble into magical worlds through portals. This time the story focuses on a character from this world dealing with what comes through a portal.
Links for people to buy it.
Amber Quill Press http://www.amberquill.com/store/p/2017-Search-And-Rescue.aspx
It will be available soon via Amazon’s Kindle store and B&N’s Nook store.
Your promo links.
Facebook author page: https://www.facebook.com/KathrynSullivan.author
Your short Bio.
Kathryn Sullivan is the author of the award-winning young adult fantasies The Crystal Throne, Agents & Adepts, and Talking to Trees. Her Doctor Who-related works include the essay, “The Fanzine Factor”, in the Hugo winning Chicks Dig Time Lords and a review in Outside In: 160 New Perspectives on 160 Doctor Who stories by 160 writers. Her recent works are short stories “Search and Rescue” and “The Oracle of Cilens” (amberquill.com and Amazon) as well as “The Taste of Treasure” in the steampunk anthology Clockwork Spells and Magical Bells and “The Theft of the Royal Jewels” in the pirate anthology A Tall Ship, A Star and Plunder. Any birdlike beings in her stories only slightly resemble her cockatoo owner. Kathryn lives in Winona, MN, where the river bluffs along the Mississippi River double as cliffsides on alien planets or the deep mysterious forests in a magical world. http://kathrynsullivan.com
“Imaginarium is an entire convention centered on creative writing taking place September 19-21 in Louisville KY, featuring over 140 panels and workshops organized into 12 categories. Over 130 professional guests will be featured in the programming, covering all aspects of creative writing in the worlds of books, eBooks, screenplays, comics/graphic novels, and even game design. All of it is set within a fun, convention atmosphere that includes activities like a Masquerade, gaming room, film festival, and more. Please visit www.entertheimaginarium.com for further information.”