Reading

Moving words from Kingston’s creatives

Poetry is a great way to provide social commentary and express creativity, and it often acts as a therapeutic outlet.Continue...

Revisit fall reading week

Queen’s should reconsider implementing a fall reading week. In a 2007 AMS plebiscite question, the student body voted against a second reading week. The climate on campus has since changed, and with an almost entirely new student population, it’s worth asking the question again.Continue...

The problem with Hillary Clinton’s What Happened

There’s no doubt that for the majority of the United States, the wounds left by Donald Trump becoming President have been hard to heal.Continue...

Short reads for breaks between readings

Every reader in university knows the disappointment of putting off pleasure reading because of their schedule.Continue...

Some light reading for reading week

As the weather outside goes from premature spring back to the gloom of February, many — myself included — find themselves spending reading week alone in Kingston. A book can provide a well-needed escape.Continue...

Reading as an act of performance

The Agnes’ exhibition With You and Others features art in the form of books.Continue...

“Little free libraries” pop up in Kingston

If you aren’t feeling up to a trip to your local library, the Little Free Libraries project may be just what you need.Continue...

Literary gems in downtown Kingston

In the coming winter months, few things are more cozy and warm than a cup of coffee and a good bookstore.Continue...

What we're reading: Mindy Kaling's Why Not Me?

Mindy Kaling’s latest book, Why Not Me? just landed the number one spot on The New York Times Best Sellers List, and it’s well-deserved.Continue...

Writer Jordan Abel hosts Indigenous-issue-focused poetry reading sparks dialogue

Conceptual writer and poet Jordan Abel hosted a poetry slam based on Indigenous representation in literature at Watson Hall on Monday.Continue...

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