Emerson alumna Maya Phillips is part of the inaugural class of The New York Times Fellowship program.
As people across the country take to the streets to protest the killing of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer, Emerson Today asked Asim about policing in the United States, his work, and what he thinks about this moment.
Porsha Olayiwola, Poet Laureate of Boston and an MFA candidate in Creative Writing at Emerson, was one of 23 Poets Laureate across the country to be named a Fellow by the Academy of American Poets, a designation that comes with a $50,000 grant to support work in their communities.
Writing, Literature, and Publishing associate professor, Elma Lewis Distinguished Fellow, and former Washington Post editor Jabari Asim joined Greater Boston to discuss the George Floyd tragedy and history of racism and police brutality in the U.S.
Poetry and Song, developed by Scott Wheeler and co-taught by Ross, a Writing, Literature and Publishing affiliated faculty member, doesn’t slowly ease students into the process of writing – regardless of whether or not they’ve ever written a poem or a song before.
Cordelia Miller, MA ’20 focused on online writing, editing, and publishing, had a byline in the Boston Globe Magazine, and interned at Fidelity and Bain.
The May 10, 2020 issue of The Boston Globe Magazine will feature the writing of three current and recently graduated Emersonians.
Professor Megan Marshall has been elected the next president of the Society of American Historians, the organization that awards the annual Francis Parkman Prize for best-written American history, along with several other honors for literary or academic distinction.
In certain and lonely times we can connect through storytelling.
Emerson College students quickly pounced on an opportunity to write about the impact of the Coronavirus for The Boston Globe Magazine.