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Corinne Sullivan


Corinne Sullivan

Corinne Sullivan studied English with a Creative Writing Concentration at Boston College, where she graduated in 2014. She then received her MFA in fiction from Sarah Lawrence College in 2016. Her stories have appeared in Night Train, Knee-Jerk, and Pithead Chapel, among other publications. INDECENT is her debut novel.

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Books by Corinne Sullivan

by Corinne Sullivan - Fiction
Shy, introverted Imogene Abney has always been fascinated by the elite world of prep schools. When she’s offered a teaching position at the Vandenberg School for Boys, an all-boys prep school in Westchester, NY, she immediately accepts, despite having little teaching experience and very little experience with boys. When she meets handsome, popular Adam Kipling a few weeks into her tenure there, a student who exudes charm and status and ease, she’s drawn to him. As an obsessive, illicit affair begins between them, Imogene is so lost in the haze of first love that she’s unable to recognize the danger she’s in. Exploring issues of class, sex, and gender, this smart, sexy debut by Corrine Sullivan shatters the black-and-white nature of victimhood, taking a close look at blame and moral ambiguity.