Writing, Literature, and Publishing assistant professor Rajiv Mohabir, who won the Restless Books Prize for New Immigrant Writing in 2019, will have his memoir Antiman published by Restless Books this June.
Taylor McMahon ’16 created Arts for Alz to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association.
For Black History Month (and the rest of the year), we compiled a sampling of novels, essay and poem collections, journalism, YA books, films, and TV series produced by Emerson faculty and alumni.
Senior Executive-in-Residence, assistant dean, and Director of Business and Entrepreneurial Studies Lu Ann Reeb discusses the E3 Entrepreneurship program, which is a yearlong program that culminates in its pitch competition, where each student showcases their new business idea.
We wanted to know what Lions have held on to, so in an Emerson Mafia Facebook post, the question was posed: What branded keepsakes do you have from your time at Emerson?
Assistant professor of screenwriting Rae Shaw’s new transmedia web series, Black Kung Fu Chick, debuted online at the Slamdance Film Festival this month, and is available through February 25.
Sam Cornish was Boston’s first poet laureate and a guide and mentor to generations of young voices as a longtime Emerson faculty member.
Brandon Lebel ’21, a Media Arts Production major with a focus in audio post-production and minors in Music History and Culture and Psychology, interned with Ugly Duck from August to December 2020.
Writing Literature & Publishing associate professor and Elma Lewis Distinguished Fellow Jabari Asim reviewed two new picture books for the New York Times, giving high acclaim to both.
Set and filmed in South Los Angeles, Black Kung Fu Chick is a coming-of-age story that mirrors the lives of many teenage Black girls whose dreams are deferred by responsibilities they must shoulder.