Margaret Sullivan

Margaret Sullivan is a poet. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia College Chicago. She has published three books with Chicago Review Press and is a contributing author to the American Psychological Association’s text, On the Stigma of Mental Illness. Because of her background in social psychology she has taught in curricular area that include writing, consumer research and semiotics. She founded the Summer Arts Camp at Columbia College, and is recognized as an innovator in poetry education for children. Other publications: plays, essays, academic research in music consumption. Recently she taught for the Chicago School of Poetics.