“I have just finished a round of promotion for my new book that every journalist dreams of, and it happened because Anne Sullivan believed in the book, worked rigorously and effectively to get others to see why, and got me to the right place at the right time. Anne reads ‘the game’ with a savvy expertise that comes from many years of experience. She has the diplomat’s touch and the crusader’s gleam in her eye. I enjoyed the experience so much I’m thinking of producing another book just so I can repeat it.”
Bill Moyers

“Anne Sullivan was a delight to work with when coordinating speakers for our conference, The Seed: A Vegan Experience.  She was always quick to respond, informative, and completely professional.  With her help, I knew the wishes of the speakers she represented and coordinating with her was easy down to every last detail.  Thank you Anne!”
Alison Dobleman, Project Manager at The Seed: A Vegan Experience

“Anne Sullivan brings her big heart and her formidable smarts to every campaign she works on. Very few publicists have her passion and strong connections, especially when it comes to working on projects that have a strong social justice component that need to resonate to both the grassroots and the mainstream media.”
Carl Bromley, Editorial Director, The New Press

“Anne did a terrific job as an advisor to students enrolled in MediaBistro’s Book Promotion and Publicity Bootcamp. The students really appreciated her feedback and I look forward to working with her in the future.” —Stephanie Lippitt, Education Coordinator, MediaBistro

“Anne Sullivan knew how to get my book national visibility, and she left nothing to chance in building media interest and getting interviews. Thanks to Anne, my book drew attention in the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, and the New Yorker. Readers learned about it on many NPR shows, MSNBC, the Weather Channel, the History Channel, dozens of local radio and TV stations, and all over the Web. And, by the way, Anne’s a lot of fun to work with.”
Stan Cox, author of Losing Our Cool

“As an author and documentary filmmaker, I have learned that—with only rare exceptions—you will be your projects’ own best advocate. Anne Sullivan is that rare exception. She promoted my book, Darfur Diaries tirelessly and with great skill and professionalism, but more than that, it was clear that she cared deeply about the book and its message and believed in and supported me as a writer and an activist. She works from her heart, going above and beyond merely ‘doing her job.’

I loved working with Anne and look forward to more opportunities to partner with her in the future!”
Jen Marlowe, documentary filmmaker, author of The Hour of Sunlight, human rights activist and founder of Donkeysaddle Projects

“Any author or publisher who has the good fortune to work with Anne Sullivan will find him/herself with a formidable ally. Anne has strong principles, great connections, a sharp mind, and astonishing energy. She is not merely a publicist; she has proven to be a valuable partner for any project she takes on. If you can get her to work with you–do it.”
John Oakes, former Grove Press Editor, co-founder of Four Walls Eight Windows, publisher of Thunder’s Mouth Press, co-publisher of Nation Books, co-founder of OR Books

“I was Anne Sullivan’s employer for several years, and found her to be the consummate professional. She’s knowledgeable, passionate, practical, and personable, and committed to making sure that a book gets to the right person for review, comment, feature, interview, or event. She then follows up to make sure something happens. I highly recommend her.”
Martin Rowe, Publisher, Lantern Books

“I work with book publicists in the entire industry, and there’s no one who works harder and more diligently than Anne Sullivan for her authors. She is ubiquitous, omnipresent, omnipotent and every author’s dream publicist/supporter!

Unlike the run of the mill publicist who is generally indifferent to whatever book they’re advocating, she has a liberal philosophy behind her efforts, which makes all the difference. As a lefty myself, I admire the breadth of the work she does.”
Anis Shivani, book critic