It’s Reading Break: Enjoy the Recent Work of Two Artsci Writers!
This week’s Fall Reading Break is the perfect time to take a moment to enjoy the work of some fine writers in the Arts & Science community. Have a look at Artsci student Kayla Esser’s “The Taste of My Childhood,” which recently appeared in the Globe and Mail’s “Facts and Arguments” section.
Kayla’s piece was inspired by her reading in the Arts & Science 3A06 Literature course last year, as was an article by Artsci alum Melissa Yuan-Innes, “The Sin Eater,” which was published in The Medical Post in April 2016 and chosen by the editors as one of the best of the year.
Dr. Yuan-Innes, who also writes under the name Melissa Yi, is at once an emergency doctor and the award-winning author of Human Remains (2017), which was selected as a must-read mystery by CBC Radio’s “The Next Chapter.” For further info on her Hope Sze crime series, see http://melissayuaninnes.com/Alumni