Join us for a Q&A with Evie Shockley. Free and open to the public. RSVPs will close the day before the event. Non-Emerson guests must RSVP to be given security access to the event. Check out Evie Shockley's reading directly after at 6pm: https://evieshockleyreading.eventbrite.com --- Evie Shockley is the author of semiautomatic (2017), which was a finalist for […]Find out more »
Join us for a reading from Evie Shockley. Free and open to the public. Check out the Q&A with Evie Shockley right before this event at 4pm: https://evieshockleyqanda.eventbrite.com ---- Evie Shockley is the author of semiautomatic (2017), which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the LA Times Book Prize. She has published four other collections of poetry—including the new black (2011), […]Find out more »
Sara deBeer: Under the sponsorship of the Robert C. Bates Fellowship, a Yale summer grant, Sara deBeer spent the summer of 1980 studying storytelling traditions in Ireland. She traveled along the west coast of Ireland recording oral narratives, and asking about people’s memories of listening to stories. Incorporating these experiences and her subsequent study of […]Find out more »
We all write, all the time: books, blogs, emails. Lots and lots of emails. And we all want to write better. Benjamin Dreyer is here to help. As Random House’s copy chief, Dreyer has upheld the standards of the legendary publisher for more than two decades. He is beloved by authors and editors alike—not to […]Find out more »
Certain books were “banned in Boston” at least as far back as 1651, when one William Pynchon wrote a book criticizing Puritanism.