ARK topped the field of 18 ventures, created by 19 students in the E3 minor
It’s fun going to school at the same time as your mother.
Moving to France, moving to Hawaii, making a film with Sony
Inheritors took the PEN Open Book Award, given to authors of color of book-length works of fiction, literary nonfiction, biography/memoir, or poetry.
Dating is tough enough — then college students needed to try to meet someone during COVID.
Writing, Literature and Publishing Professor Megan Marshall talked to the Washington Post about 19th-century journalist and feminist Margaret Fuller’s literary group for a story on the power of women’s book clubs.
Less than a year out of Emerson, Ciera Burch sold her debut young adult novel to Farrar, Straus and Giroux and Madeline Sneed sold her first novel to an imprint of HarperCollins.
Her books spin tales of love and lust aboard pirate ships, in coastal Maine towns, and in an enchanted mountain lair.
A panel of Emerson artists gathered last week as part of the 2021 Teach-In on Race to talk about how creatives are finding their place through the twin pandemics of COVID-19 and white supremacy
Writing, Literature, and Publishing professor Jerald Walker reviews bestselling author Alex Tresniowski’s new work, The Rope: A True Story of Murder, Heroism, and the Dawn of the NAACP, which recounts the murder of white ten-year-old Marie Smith in Asbury Park, New Jersey, in 1910 and the false accusations against a Black man.