Salon.com interview, Click: The Feminist Eureka Moment (4.28.10)

Janet Maslin reviews Commencement in the New York Times, calling it, “one of this year’s most inviting summer novels.”

Entertainment Weekly says ”the author manages to find that sweet spot between Serious Literature and chick lit. Commencement is a beach book for smart women — and the girls they once were.”

Telling Women’s Stories (The Boston Globe, 6.20.09)

People Magazine says “Four friends bond at Smith College and stumble toward adulthood in Sullivan’s intelligent, diverting debut.” (6.29.09)

Commencement is a Chicago Tribune Editor’s Choice: “Sullivan is a keen observer, with a wry sense of humor, and the book glides along like a “Sex and the City” episode — with more Gloria Steinem than Jimmy Choo.” (8.8.09)

New York Times Sunday Book Review, 6.14.09 “Sullivan’s gifts are substantial.”

Commencement wins the July Elle Magazine Readers’ Prize

Cookie Magazine says, “This story about four Smith College students and the paths they follow post-graduation celebrates friendship and explores modern-day feminism. At the same time, it’s just a really devourable read–think a 2009 version of Mary McCarthy’s The Group.”

NYTimes.com Paper Cuts Author Q&A (6.12.09)

Courtney on WBUR’s Here and Now With Robin Young (8.10.81)

Redbook names Commencement one of the season’s hottest beach reads (June 2009)

Two Hot Books (New York Times, op-ed columnist Nick Kristof, 3.13.09)

Feministing.com review by Courtney E. Martin

Author interview on Flavorwire (6.16.09)

Daily Candy review (6.16.09)

The Frisky review (6.16.09)

Telling Tales out of School (The Metro, 6.23.09)

One Young Writer’s Commencement by Emma Shakarshy (Girls Write Now Blog, 8.6.09)

Novel By Alum Chronicles The Smith Life (Smith College Sophian, 3.12.09)

Sapphic Saga (The New York Post, Page Six, 1.25.09)