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Poets: Jonathan Aaron, Christine Casson, Gail Mazur, Pablo Medina, Daniel Tobin
Fiction writers: Bernard Brooks, William Donoghue, Lise Haines, Steve Himmer, Margot Livesey, Kim McLarin, William Orem, Pamela Painter, Jon Papernick, Ladette Randolph, Frederick Reiken, John Skoyles, Jessica Treadway, Steve Yarbrough, Mako Yoshikawa
Nonfiction writers: Jabari Asim, William Beuttler, Yu-jin Chang, Benoit Denizet-Lewis, Robin Fast, Maria Flook, Flora Gonzalez, DeWitt Henry, Roy Kamada, Maria Koundoura, Megan Marshall, Murray Schwartz, John Trimbur, Jerald Walker, Wendy W. Walters, Douglas Whynott
Editors/Publishing professionals: Lisa Diercks, David Emblidge, Gian Lombardo
Teaching Assistantships, Research Assistantships, Presidential and Merit Aid Scholarships, Internships, Student Employment
This program features a Visiting Writers Reading Series as well as a Student Reading Series. Students can work with Redivider or Ploughshares. The department also offers a graduate student teaching program.
Tina Egnoski, Matthew Goodman, Stacy McKee, Matt Rasmussen, Kate Racculia, Kathleen Rooney, Asako Serizawa, Laura van den Berg, Urban Waite, Eric Wasserman
... to Ploughshares shortly. (Hurray for being an Emerson College student!) Beyond that, I'm reading through sample...
Literary Magazines - 07/15/2010
... aid awards are generous enough) headed to either Emerson College or the Eugene Lang College of the New School to ...
Literary Magazines - 05/19/2010
... in a one-week program in Literary Publishing at Emerson College, Boston, MA. The program will be held as an ...
Conferences, Colonies, and Retreats - 02/19/2010
... of Diversity is a one-day writers conference at Emerson College in Boston, MA designed for writers of color and ...
Conferences, Colonies, and Retreats - 02/17/2010
... of multicultural writers in a conference at Emerson College (Boston) July 17-18. Hone your creative writing ...
Conferences, Colonies, and Retreats - 04/21/2009
...I got my rejection from Emerson College in Fiction via snail mail yesterday. Why do I...
MFA Programs - 03/04/2008