Dana Sokolowski

In the first year that Emory sponsored the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Decatur Book Festival, Emory-affiliated authors were a strong presence in the weekend line-up. Though Emory students are often warned about the “Emory bubble” and the ease of remaining inside campus, ...

By Julia Munslow Antiquated, monotonous and boring: the often misleading reputation of poetry and everything that Black Dog proved contemporary poetry is not. Emory’s literary journal The Pulse hosted Black Dog, Emory’s first undergraduate student reading series, at the Woodruff ...

After 12 years, 110 events and more than 300 readers, “What’s New in Poetry” will end this December, program founder and Senior Director of Campus Life Technology and Bookstore Relations Bruce Covey announced in late August. (Editor’s Note: Bruce Covey is ...

Where can you find slam poets, singers, comedians and more displaying their talents on a Friday evening on Eagle Row? College senior and Editor-in-Chief of The Pulse Dana Sokolowski and College senior Oliver Paprin, organized the Symposium at 12 Eagle Row this ...