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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...

Queen’s Commerce student publishes first book

Hailey Rodgers (Comm ’21) decided to follow her passion for writing, and published her first book, See Me, in December 2019.Continue...

Queen’s alum signs two-book deal for sci-fi series

When Liselle Sambury (ArtSci ’13) set out to pursue a career in linguistics, she never expected to end up with a marketing job in Northern Ontario with a book deal and a burgeoning fiction-writing career.

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Queen’s student’s debut work parodies dystopian fiction

What do you get when you cross The Hunger Games with a wicked sense of humour? An outrageous novel with immoral characters and a whiplash-inducing plotline. Queen’s student Jake Caldera’s The Elephant on Fire is just that. The novel, which was released in April, follows Hollywood actress Ember Gold on her journey across a developing country where she accidentally starts a revolution.Continue...