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A thought-provoking bookshelf

We all know you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but can you judge its author?Continue...

What makes literature 'truly Canadian'?

What’s the novel all Canadians should read? That’s the question at the core of CBC’s Canada Reads competition.Continue...

Books don’t bite: approachable non-fiction for the non-non-fiction reader

Non-fiction has a bad reputation in the world of literature, and it’s time we change that misconception.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...

2016’s most anticipated Canadian page-turners

Most people write down a list of resolutions and goals as a way of ringing in the new year. Some clean out their closets, while others sit down with their loved ones to reminisce.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...

Supporting the little guys

As a self-proclaimed book lover from the age of four, working at a bookstore has always been my dream job.Continue...

A Queen’s comic to come

Two years after the formation of the Queen’s Comic Book Legion (QCBL), the club has officially created a brand-new series of comic books about Queen’s that will represent the student experience in a fun, exaggerated way.Continue...

QJ Pop: YouTube meets print

I like to picture the publishing industry as a middle-school girl just on the periphery of the cool kids.

She’s very ambitious, lovely and intelligent, but infinitely dependent on...Continue...

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