Literature

Five short reads for the student schedule

The busy months of student life aren’t an optimal time to immerse yourself in a good book.Continue...

Literary icon leaves legacy

Canadian author, environmentalist, and activist Farley Mowat passed away on May 6 at the age of 92.Continue...

What We're Reading: Winter Break Edition

The Journal staff put together a list of good reads for the holiday season — perfect for a cozy night in front of a fire.Continue...

‘Write the best story that’s in you’

You do it for the love of it.Continue...

Creating a common ground

Students will finally have the chance to hear from the author whose story they have read, analyzed and related to.Continue...

Page turners for the summer season

We have all, at some point, promised ourselves a fruitful and educational summer of reading.Whether our reading list consists of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice or Harper Lee’s classic To Kill a Mockingbird, our student selves often resent the novels pushed on us from a course syllabus.Continue...

Written with care

Kingston author Phillip Brown donates proceeds from first novel to KGH.Continue...

Short and fast

The Artel will present a punk rock and heavy metal poetry reading.Continue...

War inside and out

Author Brian Howald launches his fourth Second World War novel, Inside Looking Out.Continue...

Autumn inauguration

A collaborative launch by Coach House Books and Snare Books of five new titles.Continue...

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