Canadian author

Review: In ‘The Glass Hotel,’ women deserve more agency

While it’s true random events often have the power to drastically change the course of our lives, The Glass Hotel, a Canadian novel by Emily St. John Mandel, undermines the agency women have in their romantic relationships.Continue...

In debut novel Happy Hour, Marlowe Granados delves into world of glamour, parties, and friendship

Marlowe Granados likes to browse.Continue...

Author Steven Heighton releases Cohenesque single

Eleven years ago, award-winning author and Queen’s alum Steven Heighton almost lost the ability to speak. Now, he’s releasing an album.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...

The Journal's recommended Reading Week reading list

With midterms finally winding to a close, many students are headed home to enjoy a well-deserved rest. What better time than Reading Week to kick back with a good book and see what Canada’s authors have to offer?Continue...