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Tales of troubled youth

It’s easy to hold an audience’s attention when the first thing you say involves high-school students joking about hiding the body of someone who’s face has been chewed off by a dog.Continue...

Book review: ‘We Spread’

Talented Kingston-based author and Queen’s alumni Iain Reid published his third novel We Spread on Sept. 27 via Simon & Schuster.Continue...

Clayton Thomas-Müller talks new book at KFPL

Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL), in partnership with Queen’s, hosted Clayton Thomas-Müller, author of Listen, Learn and Engage on Mar. 23.Continue...

Watching brown women fall in love in print

There was a long period following high school when I didn’t read fiction for pleasure.Continue...

Queen's alum talks first book, Different Beasts

With a new take on scary stories, Queen’s alum Joel McConvey, known professionally as J.R. McConvey, shows that people might be scarier than your classic monster.Continue...

Ray Robertson's How to Die will improve your life

For Canadian author Ray Robertson, death isn’t something to fret about: it’s something to face head-on.Continue...

Queen’s Commerce student publishes first book

Hailey Rodgers (Comm ’21) decided to follow her passion for writing, and published her first book, See Me, in December 2019.Continue...

Dan School of Drama and Music presents first 2020 Faculty Artist Series show

The Dan School of Drama and Music will present From Bader Lane to Broadway this weekend at the Isabel Bader Centre.Continue...

Bounce House grapples with grief and motherly love

Jennica Harper’s Bounce House explores the highs and lows of mother and daughter relationships with sensitivity and focus.Continue...

2019 Massey Lecturer Sally Armstrong tackles female oppression at WritersFest

Kingston WritersFest’s last event of 2019 tackles women’s oppression throughout the past 10 millennia.Continue...

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