Writing

Spoken word can lack the precision and premeditation of written word, which is why Rachel Kolb (23G) balked when her alma mater Stanford University (Calif.) presented her with the opportunity to conduct a TEDxStanford Talk in 2013, the last semester ...

Roshani Chokshi (13C) graduated Emory with a English degree,  with an emphasis on  Medieval English. After working as a legal secretary and attending law school at the University of Georgia for a year, Chokshi left her law plans behind to ...

The night before his brain surgery this past December, Sherman Alexie, Jr. stayed up writing 17 individualized poems for those he considered to be his “beloved.” He thought he was going to die. Upon awaking from his surgery, after immediately ...

Dear readers of The Emory Wheel, My name is Brandon Wagner. For those of you who don’t know me, I’ve worked in the Arts and Entertainment section for some time, bringing you an inordinate amount of film reviews, TV talks ...

Writing is one of the hardest fields to break into, and rightly so. Theoretically, anybody can write. The difference is that not everybody can write professionally — it takes a solid understanding of their own writing, sufficient knowledge in the ...