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Circuitry

You’re a mathematician and I’m the stubborn biologist who refuses to count the world to your series of algorithms.Continue...

Maple Jesus

Every morning when I wake up from a dream, I write whatever comes to mind as fast as possible. Mostly unintelligible, but occasionally worth reading.Continue...

Seascape Wishes and Tidal Goodbyes

If I could talk to you I wouldn’t have to say anything, I’d just fall into you and swim as deep as
I could, far away from the surface.Continue...

Cicada

First place winner of our short fiction contest.Continue...

Characters and Dialogue

Second place winner of Short fiction contest.Continue...

Binary

Third place winner of Postscript's Short fiction contest.Continue...

Valentine's Day poetry contest

Featured finalists of QJ Arts' Valentine's Day poetry contest.Continue...

Winter poetry contest

As the snow began to fall, The Journal sent out a winter and holiday-themed poetry casting call. Our favourites from the contest are featured below.Continue...

Single Syndrome

Queen's Journal Annual Short Fiction Contest, Third-place winner

It’s taught to us as girls.
By the age of three, you know
the story.
...Continue...

Halley

Queen's Journal Annual Short Fiction Contest, Second-place winner

She lets him kiss her if for no other reason than dulled, misplaced sensitivity. The...Continue...