Rosemary Sullivan

Rosemary Sullivan

Rosemary Sullivan, founding director of the Creative Writing program at U of T, is the author of fourteen books, including biography, poetry, travelogues, short fiction, essays, and a children’s story. Her latest book, Stalin’s Daughter, won the BIO Award, and the Weston, Taylor, and BC prizes. She is an Officer of the Order of Canada.

The University of Toronto Creative Writing MA Program: Celebrating Fifteen Years

Studio Theatre, Harbourfront Centre Main Building

As the University of Toronto Creative Writing MA program reaches its fifteenth year, Daniel Scott Tysdal leads a discussion with faculty members George Elliott Clarke, Richard Greene, Robert McGill, and Rosemary Sullivan about the program’s beginnings, present, and future, while former students Melissa Kuipers and Phoebe Wang and their mentors in the program, Katherine Govier […]

Pedagogy / La pédagogie