Fiction

Circuitry

You’re a mathematician and I’m the stubborn biologist who refuses to count the world to your series of algorithms.Continue...

Maple Jesus

Every morning when I wake up from a dream, I write whatever comes to mind as fast as possible. Mostly unintelligible, but occasionally worth reading.Continue...

Seascape Wishes and Tidal Goodbyes

If I could talk to you I wouldn’t have to say anything, I’d just fall into you and swim as deep as
I could, far away from the surface.Continue...

Cicada

First place winner of our short fiction contest.Continue...

Characters and Dialogue

Second place winner of Short fiction contest.Continue...

Binary

Third place winner of Postscript's Short fiction contest.Continue...

4 LGBTQ+ reads to pick up this June

Pride Month is here, and it’s the perfect time to infuse your summer reading with a little colour. Here are some of my favourite LGBTQ+ reads—plus one on my to-be-read list—that you should pick up this month.Continue...

Charlie Kaufman adapts Queen’s alumnus’ novel for Netflix production

Academy Award-winning screenwriter Charlie Kaufman will adapt Queen’s alumnus and local author Iain Reid’s first novel, I’m Thinking of Ending Things , for Netflix.Continue...

A walk through The Forest of Deen

Liam Dowling’s debut novel, The Forest of Deen, is a compelling first effort that attempts to tackle large social issues, but ultimately fails to grasp the complexities behind these concepts.Continue...

Creative writing illuminated from the other side

“Language, which is useful in the province of the intellect is a relatively clumsy vehicle in the expression of emotion and of narrative movement,” Carol Shields wrote in her work Narrative Hunger and the Possibilities of Fiction.Continue...

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