Short Bio

Talulah J. Sullivan has been a pro equestrian, a dancer, an actor, an activist, and a teacher who has learned as much from her two- and four-legged students as she’s ever shared with them… yet she’s never managed to not be a storyteller. Ever.

Her works, including the Indigenous SFF debut novel BLOOD INDIGO, reflect worlds both old and new, cultures fantastic and familiar—and promise readers an immersive experience.

Long Bio

Talulah J. Sullivan has been a pro equestrian, a dancer, an actor, an activist, and a teacher who has learned as much from her two- and four-legged students as she’s ever shared with them… yet she’s never managed to not be a storyteller. Ever.

Being a result of one of the original ‘hands across the waters’ cross-cultural exchanges—Scots-Irish and Choctaw/Chickasaw—making a home base in dampish forest county came quite naturally. Sharing that home base with a longtime spouse, several four-legged companions, and a lifetime’s collection of books took a bit more work, of course. And, having also inherited the itch for travelling from both sides of the pond, her home has wheels for a reason.

Her works, including the Indigenous SFF debut novel BLOOD INDIGO, reflect worlds both old and new, cultures both fantastic and familiar—and promise readers an immersive experience.