Literature

Jean Chrétien reflects on time in office

For Jean Chrétien, the art of storytelling is never far from politics.Continue...

Catherine Hernandez discusses the real-world issues behind Scarborough

Catherine Hernandez teaches lessons from the school of hard knocks.

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Graphic novel explores sexuality and self-acceptance

After years of hiding his sexuality, Queen’s alum Mark Julien wrote his journey into a graphic novel— Justin Case and the Closet Monster .Continue...

Kingston’s Writersfest returns for 10th anniversary

At the 10th annual Kingston Writersfest, Queen’s students and local residents will gather in the Holiday Inn with some of the most esteemed authors in Canada.

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Queen’s Reads brings the GTA closer to YGK

Mainstream depictions of Toronto are welcome, but Catherine Hernandez has a darker, more intimidating story to tell of one of its inner-city communities: Scarborough.Continue...

Therese Greenwood relives Fort McMurray wildfire in Kill As You Go

On the day of the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfire, redemption and retribution were everywhere.Continue...

Queen’s alum Iain Reid’s novel Foe sees the future

In the near future, a young couple, Junior and Hen, receive an offer: a clone in exchange for a husband.

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