Writing, Literature and Publishing Professor Emerita Charlotte Lindgren got a hug last night from one of her former students: Emmy Award-winning actor and children’s book author Henry Winkler ’67.
Writing, Literature and Publishing Associate Professor Benoit Denizet-Lewis, a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, wrote a tribute to former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Dwight Clark for … Continue Reading Denizet-Lewis Remembrance of 49er Dwight Clark in NYT Magazine
Writing, Literature and Publishing MFA student Porsha Olayiwola has been named Boston’s next Poet Laureate, WBUR is reporting.
Drew Daywalt is the author of New York Times bestsellers The Day the Crayon Came Home and The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors. His most recent book, Sleepy, the Goodnight Buddy, was published in September.
Several students, faculty and staff found an Emerson College first-of-its-kind town hall forum on Nov. 27 to be very constructive and forward-thin
Porsha Olayiwola is a first-year MFA in Creative Writing student studying poetry. Her project, entitled, Black & Ugly As Ever, is a choreopoem that explores “what it means to truly make space for oneself.”
Professor Megan Marshall published a piece in The New Yorker, “The Second Man in the Front Row: A Forgotten Story of the First World War,” about her grandparents’ time in Paris during World War I.
Jennifer Egan, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning A Visit from the Goon Squad, The Keep, and Look at Me, among several other novels and short stories, came to Emerson on Wednesday, October 24, to talk about her latest novel, Manhattan Beach, her writing process, and her fascination with absence.
What became clear to me early on in my Emerson career were two things. The first, was that though there were some resources for diversity inclusion on campus, there was no established place for graduate students of color in the WLP program to process their experiences. And the second, was that a majority of the faculty and staff at Emerson College were more than willing to support this initiative.
Brother Nat, a new sung-through musical/opera co-written by Writing, Literature and Publishing Associate Professor Jabari Asim, will have a concert performance Thursday, October 25, 7:30 pm, at the Robert J. Orchard Stage.