My name is Jack O’Sullivan. Welcome to my website.
I am a medical student and enthusiastic writer who has had the privilege of being published by institutions such as NASA, in conjunction with Harvard University. I have also successfully self published, making use of the free software tool Scribus.
I hold a first class BA honours degree in creative writing and English from De Montfort University in Leicester, England. Whilst studying for this, I also enrolled at the National Extension College, where I studied biology. I am now undertaking my medical degree as a graduate at the University of Durham.
- Twitterbits, a collation of Twitter Tweets and photography self-produced using Scribus and featured at the 2011 Cultural Exchanges festival in Leicester.
- Black Hole Blowback, a poem inspired by information published by NASA’s Chandra observatory, which was subsequently featured on the observatory’s website.
I am currently investigating the publication of my dissertation, An Investigation into the Etymology and Use of Medical Terminology – watch this space!
Get in Touch
Feel free to read and comment on my blog, and please do get in touch if you would like to discuss something further with me.
I am especially interested in producing material for publications, big and small!
For a full list of qualifications and other details, please take a look at my LinkedIn page.