From Afrofuturism to Historical Fiction and everything in between, all popfiction genres are welcome.
Fiction, non-fiction, serious and satirical — faculty and staff have you covered on what to pick up this summer.
Walker was a finalist for a 2020 National Book Award for his book, How to Make a Slave and Other Essays.
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.
Writing, Literature, and Publishing professor Jerald Walker was named 2021 Best Author in Boston Magazine’s “Best of Boston” annual list.
Emerson faculty members Kim McLarin and Natty Justiniano, and alumna Alison Qu ’20, recently were awarded Live Arts Boston (LAB) grants from The Boston Foundation.
Mohabir’s memoir takes the reader on his personal journey.
Their reporting led to immediate reforms, including suspensions, investigations, and reviews.
Joosten felt there wasn’t enough LGBTQ+ representation in children’s board books.
Since 1976, the Pushcart Prize has honored the best American short fiction, essays, and poems published by small presses.