Joseph Anthony Rulli: I am a transplanted Hoosier, living in Chicago since the fall of 2006. A 1987 graduate of the University of Notre Dame (BA, History) and a 1992 graduate of St. Meinrad School of Theology (MDiv) and ordained priest, I taught Social Studies, Religion, Philosophy and History at the elementary and high school level in addition to overseeing administrations in two Catholic parishes in northeastern Indiana. I began writing as a career upon my arrival to my second city and have numerous rejection letters and "no reply received" notations under my belt! I am proud of those, as they have helped me reach my personal and writing successes.
Chicago Marching: A History of Protest, Authority and Violence (2023)
Bread & Circuses (a satirical novel, 2021)
Chicago Socialism: The People's History (2019)
The Chicago Haymarket Affair: A Guide to a Labor Rights Milestone (2016)
Let Me Just Say This (a stage play first performed in the spring of 2016)
The Working Class Smells...So Do Roses (an e-tour book, 2014)
The Meating (a short story published in 2010)
Delayed (a short story published in 2009)
2016: Centuries and Sleuths Bookstore in Forest Park, IL with Augie Alesky. This was the first store where I saw my book shelved and in a window display!