Lullabies for Literature: An Interview with Heather O’Neill


On 18 April 2007, novelist and poet Heather O’Neill spoke with Kristin McHale at O’Neill’s St. Urbain street home in Montreal. O’Neill’s novel, Lullabies for Little Criminals, winner of CBC‘s 2007 “Canada Reads” contest, tells the story of Baby, a twelve-year-old girl growing up in Montreal’s red-light district in the 1980s.

See the full interview here.



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