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Grad pens award-winning book

In 2009, the Queen’s alumnus spent 10 weeks at Fauna Foundation, a chimpanzee sanctuary located just south of Montreal. His time with the apes inspired him to pen this year’s Charles Taylor Prizewinner, The Chimps of Fauna Sanctuary.Continue...

Queen’s prof nominated for Governor General’s Award

Armand Garnet Ruffo’s life has always been marked by treaties.Continue...

Queen’s alum signs two-book deal for sci-fi series

When Liselle Sambury (ArtSci ’13) set out to pursue a career in linguistics, she never expected to end up with a marketing job in Northern Ontario with a book deal and a burgeoning fiction-writing career.

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On the Count of None examines reality through a surrealist lens

Allison Chisholm’s book On the Count of None is the culmination of years of hard work and random flashes of inspiration.Continue...

Therese Greenwood retraces Fort McMurray wildfire in new memoir

Three years after the Fort McMurray wildfire, local author Therese Greenwood keeps the fire alive in the minds of Canadians with her new memoir.

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Lee Maracle and others head to Kingston Writers’ Festival

This fall, Lee Maracle will be taking her latest book, My Conversations with Canadians , to the Kingston WritersFest, which runs from September 27 to October 1.Continue...

Short reads for breaks between readings

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

Giller Prize-winner Madeleine Thien visits Queen’s

Madeleine Thien is mesmerizing both on and off the page.Continue...

Q&A with David Mitchell

Last week, Kingston WritersFest hosted contemporary literary talent, including David Mitchell, a best-selling British author known for his works such as Cloud Atlas and The Bone Clocks.Continue...

Engaging in a national dialogue

Wednesday night at Stauffer Library took a new perspective on an educational turn.Continue...