Barnesandnoble.com is featuring an interview with one of the authors of the new “WWE Encyclopedia, 2nd Edition” Kevin Sullivan where he talks about his time working for the company.
“I spent 10 years working with WWE at their headquarters in Stamford, Conn. Over the course of that decade, I was responsible for the day-to-day content operations of WWE.com. I also wrote for the WWE, Raw and SmackDown Magazines (back when there were separate magazines) and briefly served as managing editor of Raw Magazine.
During my tenure, I was lucky enough to travel much of the country with WWE, developing strong bonds with both the office workers, as well as the Superstars. It’s these relationships that I often drew upon while I was working on the new WWE Encyclopedia. Plus, I was in the arena for many of the historic moments that are described in the book, which helps brings the reader closer to the events, in my opinion.
After leaving WWE in 2008, I continued to work closely with the company as an author. To date, I’ve penned nine WWE books, including The WWE Championship: A Look Back at the Rich History of the WWE Championship.”