Emerson alumnae authors thrill, chill, and scare with stories of witches, ghouls, and hauntings.
The renewable grant includes free training in a treatment approach called “SPEAK OUT,” and therapy supplies.
From Afrofuturism to Historical Fiction and everything in between, all popfiction genres are welcome.
Novic’s second novel, True Biz, due out in 2022, is being developed for television with actress Millicent Simmonds signed on to star and EP.
Success is judged by the client.
Approximately 150 candidates are nominated each year, with 15-20 receiving awards of $3,000.
Writing, Literature, and Publishing MFA student Mitty Mirrer wrote for Boston Globe Magazine about her experience visiting a child in Ukraine who lost their father to war, who she met through the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), an organization that supports those whose loved ones have been killed or died while serving their country.
Writing, Literature, & Publishing associate professor and graduate program director Kim McLarin was a panelist on GBH’s Basic Black program, discussing what changed or advanced for racial equity in America a year after George Floyd’s murder, and what did not.
National, regional, and local media outlets highlighted Emerson’s commencement exercises, which took place at Fenway Park for the classes of 2021 and 2020 on May 2 and virtually May 9.
It was the first ever virtual commencement ceremony for Emerson College.