25th Trillium Award

Quillcast Episode 12: Crime Writer Giles Blunt

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Quillcast is a podcast series from our partners at Quill & Quire. Quillcast features behind-the-scenes conversations with authors and publishing insiders.

In this episode, Q&Q web editor Sue Carter Flinn speaks to Toronto crime writer Giles Blunt about his new novel, Until the Night (Vintage Canada), the sixth title in his John Cardinal crime series. The debut Cardinal book, Forty Words for Sorrow, won the British Crime Writers’ Macallan Silver Dagger, and the second book in the series, 2003′s The Delicate Storm, won the Arthur Ellis Award for Best Novel. Blunt has been longlisted twice for the Dublin IMPAC award.

Listen to the episode on Open Book, or subscribe to the podcast in iTunes.

Quillcast is produced in partnership with Open Book: Toronto, Open Book: Ontario and The Walrus, with support from Toronto Life. It is supported by the Ontario Media Development Corporation’s Entertainment and Creative Cluster Partnerships Fund.

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