Jack Sullivan (born 1946) is an American literary scholar, essayist, author, editor, musicologist, and short story writer. He is one of the leading modern figures in the study of the horror genre, particularly the ghost story.
He is currently a professor of American Studies at Rider University, Lawerenceville, NJ.
- Hitchcock's Music (2006) by Jack Sullivan
Book Chapters & Essays
- Hitchcock and Music
— in A Companion to Alfred Hitchcock (2011) edited by Thomas Leitch & Leland Poague
- American Record Guide (2000) - Sounding the Unconscious: Hitchcock's Film Music Probed the Psyche
- American Record Guide (2000) - Psycho: Hitchcock (review)
- Hitchcock Annual (2002) - Book Reviews: "Bernard Herrmann's Vertigo" (book review)
- American Record Guide (2003) - Waxman: "Rebecca" (review)
- Hitchcock Annual (2003) - "Rear Window": The Redemptive Power of Popular Music
- Opera (2006) - Expressing the Unspoken
- Cineaste (2006) - Psycho: The Music of Terror
- The Wall Street Journal (16/Jun/2010) - Film: The Sounds of Violence
He has appeared in the following Hitchcockian documentaries...