Rosemary Sullivan wins the 2016 BC National Award for Canadian Non-Fiction


Rosemary SullivanBritish Columbia Achievement chair Keith Mitchell is pleased to announce that Rosemary Sullivan has won the 2016 British Columbia National Award for Canadian Non-Fiction for Stalinís Daughter: The Extraordinary and Tumultuous Life of Svetlana Alliluyeva.

Sullivan was presented with the $40,000 prize by Hon. Peter Fassbender, BCís Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development at a ceremony that also celebrated finalists John Ibbitson for Stephen Harper; Emily Urquhart for Beyond the Pale: Folklore, Family, and the Mystery of Our Hidden Genes; and Sheila Watt-Cloutier for The Right to be Cold: One Womanís Story of Protecting her Culture, the Arctic and the Whole Planet.

BC Award for Non Fiction
2016 recipient Rosemary Sullivan with Hon. Peter Fassbender, BCís Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development



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