Rolli Joins The Walrus:

Writer/Cartoonist to Produce Fifty-Two Short Stories and Cartoons in One Year for

TORONTO, ON / REGINA, SK – Canadian writer and cartoonist Rolli is partnering with The Walrus for an ambitious creative venture. Over the next twelve months, Rolli will write a weekly short story—and draw a weekly cartoon—for the web version of The Walrus, one of Canada’s most revered magazines.

“When I was approached by The Walrus to do a regular creative column, I was jazzed. It’s going to take every litre of my creativity (and coffee) but it’s a workout and a challenge I’m looking forward to. An artist isn’t given carte blanche very often. I’m grateful for the opportunity.” - Rolli

The prolific Regina writer’s most recent story collection, I Am Currently Working on a Novel, was longlisted for the 2015 Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award and shortlisted for the High Plains Book Award. His short fiction has appeared in The Saturday Evening Post and Geist and has received numerous honours. Rolli is the recipient of the 2007 John Kenneth Galbraith Literary Award and was one of two Canadian winners of the 2008/2009 Commonwealth Short Story Prize.

Though a “writer first and cartoonist second,” Rolli’s cartoons have appeared in many of the world’s top outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, Reader’s Digest and The Harvard Business Review.
Rolli's first story for The Walrus, "The Dream Museum" is now online:

More information about Rolli can be found at Visit The Walrus at