Memoir

‘A Bite of the Apple’: Queen’s alumna discusses new memoir

Lennie Goodings, ArtSci ’76, majored in English at Queen’s before moving to the U.K. where she has spent the last 40 years working in publishing with the likes of Margaret Atwood and Maya Angelou.Continue...

Queen’s alumnus Steven Heighton discusses ‘Reaching Mithymna’

In the fall of 2015, Steven Heighton was midway through writing a fictional novel about Mediterranean refugees when the impulse struck him to take to Greece and actually do something about the crisis.Continue...

Queen’s professor releases memoir on coming out as transgender at Queen’s

Erin LeBlanc, a Queen’s alumna who now teaches at the Smith School of Business, released a memoir on her experience of transitioning at the university.Continue...

Former Journal editor talks mental health in memoir

Former Queen’s Journal editor in chief Anna Mehler Paperny’s debut memoir is a deep dive into depression and the way our society fails to address it effectively.Continue...

Therese Greenwood retraces Fort McMurray wildfire in new memoir

Three years after the Fort McMurray wildfire, local author Therese Greenwood keeps the fire alive in the minds of Canadians with her new memoir.

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Guy Simser’s poetic homecoming

After a globetrotting career with stints in the military, journalism and diplomacy, it was time for Guy Simser to come home.Continue...

Down Inside: a glimpse into Canadian prisons

Thousands of citizens are incarcerated in Canadian prisons every year, housed in over 200 different facilities. In his new book, Down Inside , Kingston author Robert Clark offers a glimpse into the realities of life behind these closed doors.Continue...

Book review: Life lessons from Lena

Lena Dunham isn’t one to shy away from controversy.

The Girls creator and actress’s first novel Not That Kind of Girl is no exception. Published in September, Dunham...Continue...

Review: I am Malala by Malala Yousafzai

It’s a childhood divested of innocence. Instead of Cops and Robbers, the children play Taliban and Army.

Amongst staunch critics and violent threats, education activist Malala...Continue...

Grace: A Memoir

By Veronica Saroli (ArtSci ’14)
Staff Writer

Like its predecessor The September Issue, Grace: A Memoir by Grace Coddington can be consumed voraciously time and time again without...Continue...