“Dad, who mocked religion,/ heard something singing…” Weekend Poem, by David Sullivan.Read More
David Sullivan’s first book, ‘Strong-Armed Angels’, was published by Hummingbird Press. ‘Every Seed of the Pomegranate’, a multi-voiced manuscript about the war in Iraq, was published by Tebot Bach. His translations from the Arabic of Iraqi Adnan Al-Sayegh, ‘Bombs Have Not Breakfasted Yet’, was published in 2013, and ‘Black Ice’, about his father’s dementia and death, is forthcoming from Turning Point. He teaches at Cabrillo College, where he edits the Porter Gulch Review with his students, and lives in Santa Cruz. He was awarded a Fulbright, and taught in China for one year.