Reading

Literary gems in downtown Kingston

In the coming winter months, few things are more cozy and warm than a cup of coffee and a good bookstore.Continue...

What we're reading: Mindy Kaling's Why Not Me?

Mindy Kaling’s latest book, Why Not Me? just landed the number one spot on The New York Times Best Sellers List, and it’s well-deserved.Continue...

Writer Jordan Abel hosts Indigenous-issue-focused poetry reading sparks dialogue

Conceptual writer and poet Jordan Abel hosted a poetry slam based on Indigenous representation in literature at Watson Hall on Monday.Continue...

Writers recite poetic connection

All art is deeply intertwined, and if we attempt to absorb it, we can be inspired in a multitude of waysContinue...

Lived experience and learning: Kingston Writersfest

A guffaw, a chuckle and an unaccounted-for smile – they’re the telltale signs of another Kingston WriterFest filled with cultural and philosophical insight.

It’s the powerful moments of...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...

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