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Leslie Noelle Sullivan Edit Profile

editor-in-chief

Leslie Noelle Sullivan, American editor-in-chief. Recipient Benjamin Franklin award Public's Marketing Association, 1993, Best Poetry award Trinity Review, 1987. Committee member Elect Dorothy Bradley, Park County, Montana, 1992. Member Academy American Poets, Montana Center for the Book, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Sullivan, Leslie Noelle was born on December 17, 1965 in Laurium, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Daniel Joseph and Patricia Amanda (Kallio) Sullivan.

Education

Bachelor, Trinity University, 1987. Master of Arts, University New Mexico, 1990.

Career

Editor Trinity News Service, San Antonio, 1985-1987. Producer, public affairs director Station KRTU, 1985-1988. Intern reporter Station KMOL-television, 1987.

Assistant news director Station KUUB, Bozeman, Montana, 1988. Editor, colloquium coordinator department history University New Mexico, Albuquerque, 1989-1991. Editorial director Skyhouse Publications/Falcon Press, Helena, Montana, 1992-1994.

Editor-in-chief Agencia, since 1994. Publications consultant Rocky Mountain Trade Corridor, Helena, 1995-1996, Falcon Press, Helena, since 1994. Symposium panelist Kaleidoscope Arts Festival, Helena, 1996.

Chautauqua performer New Mexico Endowment for Humanities, Albuquerque, 1991-1992.

Works

Membership

Committee member Elect Dorothy Bradley, Park County, Montana, 1992. Member Academy American Poets, Montana Center for the Book, Phi Beta Kappa.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Literary and visual arts, antiques, scuba diving, skiing.

Connections

father:
Daniel Joseph Sullivan

mother:
Patricia Amanda (Kallio) Sullivan