Emerson in the News

  • Marshall

    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.

  • Hennessey

    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.

  • Jon Allen

    Allen’s Temple Twist in Boston magazine

    Jon Allen’s (’14) creation of an organic Shirley Temple drink, Temple Twist, continues to expand its reach.

  • Maria Flook

    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

  • Steve Samuels

    Samuels featured in Boston magazine

    Emerson Trustee and developer Steve Samuels is featured in the December issue of Boston magazine. 

  • Trip to Bountiful

    The Trip to Bountiful Receives Media Praise

    The award-winning actors of ArtsEmerson’s presentation of The Trip to Bountiful have caught the attention of a number of media outlets. 

  • Rich West

    West’s take on hosting Thanksgiving in Boston Globe

    Communication Studies Professor Rich West talked to the Boston Globe about Thanksgiving dinner and the familial dynamics behind moving the venue of the celebration.

  • Grossman’s Nevermore on Deadline.com

    Jason Grossman ’02, co-founder of Radio Mouse Entertainment, is producing the Edgar Allan Poe musical Nevermore: The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe. 



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