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Queen’s Creative Writing alum Liselle Sambury talks debut novel 'Blood Like Magic'

Carolyn Smart’s Advanced Creative Writing class was the first time Liselle Sambury, ArtSci ’13, had her work published, but it won’t be the last.Continue...

Artists during lockdown: Visual artist Clanny Mugabe talks pandemic’s impact on practice

Clanny Mugabe, Art Sci ’23, is a second-year student who explores themes of decolonization, mythology, and speculative fiction in her artwork. Like many artists, Mugabe has struggled to continue creating art as quarantine and lockdowns continue in Canada.Continue...

William Carroll talks Side-Ways Artist Residency at Union Gallery

William Carroll is a visual artist whose recent works include home-grown crystals and a giant spray foam cherry pie.Continue...

Retrofuturism: Danika Watson discusses sci-fi artwork

Danika Watson, ArtSci ’21, integrates her passion for science and chemistry into her artistic practices.Continue...

‘Just let it arrive’: Poet, mentor Bruce Kauffman talks career

Bruce Kauffman has been opening doors for artists for 12 years.Continue...

Commerce alum KIRPAL talks two latest singles

For musician Ryan O’Driscoll, Comm ‘17, if you’re not willing to be weird and different with your sound, there’s no point.Continue...

Francisco Corbett: The Artist to Watch

Over the past eight months, Francisco Corbett has dedicated himself to being a full-time artist and, as a result, Kingston isn’t boring anymore.Continue...

Steven Kostanski’s horror-comedy ‘Psycho Goreman’ filmed in St. Catharines

In the film Psycho Goreman, the titular monster was born on the planet Gigax, millions of lightyears from Earth. The movie was shot somewhere a little closer to home: St. Catharines, Ontario.Continue...

Danielle Hope Edwards: gospel-inspired sound and the healing power of music

Edwards’ two recent singles are infused with love.Continue...

‘You don’t want your baby to be ugly’: Sam Kaiser on success of new EP

Sam Kaiser , ArtSci ’22, released a single last November called “Good Things,” an apt title considering it skyrocketed to three times more streams on Spotify than his next most popular song.Continue...

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