Department of Writing, Literature & Publishing

Department of Writing, Literature & Publishing News

The latest faculty, staff, and student news in the Department of Writing, Literature & Publishing. For the latest College news and upcoming events, visit the News & Events section.

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    Homeless highlighted in holiday play

    Several Emerson students and alumni are involved in Writing Home, a theater production written by Boston–area homeless people, which runs December 18-21.

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    Marshall's book featured in Wall Street Journal

    Associate Professor Megan Marshall’s Pulitzer Prize–winning biography, Margaret Fuller: A New American Life, was featured in a Wall Street Journal article on December 12 that profiled reviewer Danielle Allen’s five best books on loneliness.

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    LGBTQ literary site posts student, faculty piece

    Blake Campbell ’15, a Writing, Literature, and Publishing student who also works in Emerson’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion, recently interviewed WLP faculty member Christopher Hennessy, MFA ’00, about his literary career devoted to the study of poetry by gay Americans.

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    Flook’s new book in ELLE magazine

    Writing, Literature and Publishing Distinguished Writer-in-Residence Maria Flook’s book Mothers and Lovers appears in the December issue of ELLE magazin

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    ELA student forges path outside music journalism

    Taylor Markarian ’15 forges her own path outside of music journalism

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    Comic authors, illustrators discuss field

    Emerson hosted Graphic Novel Industry Night in the Beard Room on November 18, which featured authors and comic creators Alexander Danner and Dan Mazur along with an illustrator, Shelli Paroline.

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    McBee book reviewed in New York Times

    The Sunday New York Times Book Review covers Writing, Literature and Publishing alumnus Thomas Page McBee’s new autobiography Man Alive.

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    Comedy minor launches at Emerson

    Emerson College announced it has launched a minor in Comedy, strengthening even further the College’s foothold in the entertainment industry.