Guthrie Road

In The Guthrie Road, Rosemary Sullivan takes a deep look into her Irish roots and the history of the Guthrie/Sullivan family of which she is a proud member. The Guthrie Road is interwoven with the history of Irish immigrants in Montreal. Sullivan paints a vivid picture of the hardships faced by members of her family using old... Read more »

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Molito in the Toronto Star

The Toronto Star did a blurb on Rosemary Sullivan, Juan Opitz and Colleen Sullivan‘s Molito in their “Non-fantasy book choices for gifts for kid-lits” feature. Here’s a peek at what Deirdre Baker had to say: An underground story with a sunny message, this tale’s political origins, described in the accompanying teacher’s guide, give it added heft.   Read the full article here.

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Photographs from BookFest Windsor

Black Moss had a great time participating in this year’s BookFest Windsor last weekend. Our Girls’ Night Out reading featured the Windsor launch of Rosemary Sullivan & Juan Opitz‘s new children’s book Molito and Karen Mulhallen‘s latest poetry book The Pillow Books. The event also featured readings from Mary Ann Mulhern, who previewed her upcoming... Read more »

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Windsor Star covers Rosemary Sullivan coming to BookFest

Ted Shaw of the Windsor Star previewed the list of authors attending BookFest Windsor in this past Saturday’s paper (October 15th). The preliminary list of authors to appear at this year’s Bookfest Windsor is out, and it’s impressive. Among those attending are Rosemary Sullivan, winner of the Governor General’s Literary Award for nonfiction; Douglas Gibson, president and publisher of... Read more »

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Margaret Atwood tweets about Molito

Thanks to Margaret Atwood who tweeted about Molito today. Many thanks to those who re-tweeted as well for helping us spread the word about this wonderful book.

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Girls’ Night Out at BookFest Windsor

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Molito

Deep under the ground lived a little mole named Molito. His fur was brown, the colour of burnt toast. His eyes were as yellow as the sun. Molito is a story about friendship. One day in the underground park, Molito meets an ant named Carlota who tells him about the mysterious place she lives in,... Read more »

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