25th Trillium Award

Quillcast Episode Five: Rosemary Sullivan and Molito

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Welcome to Quillcast, a new podcast series from our partners at Quill & Quire. Quillcast features behind-the-scenes conversations with authors and publishing insiders. In this episode, Governor General’s Literary Award–winning author and poet Rosemary Sullivan speaks about her first children’s book, Molito (Black Moss Press), co-written with her husband, musician Juan Opitz, and illustrated by her sister, Colleen Sullivan.

Known for her biographies of Margaret Atwood and Gwendolyn MacEwen, Sullivan is currently working on Stalin’s Daughter, a biography of Svetlana Stalina, which will be published in 2014 by HarperCollins Canada.

Listen to the episode here, or subscribe to the podcast in iTunes. Click here for a photo of Juan Opitz and Rosemary Sullivan.

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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