creative writing

While fictional characters such as Harry Potter, Percy Jackson and Katniss Everdeen are well known to any young-adult reader, they are far from representative of their diverse readership. However, Roshani Chokshi (13C) is striving to increase representation in novels with ...

Although your pre-med friends may seem like they’re always studying for an organic chemistry exam, there is much more to medicine than science. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Professor of the History of Technology Deborah Fitzgerald wrote an op-ed in ...

  David Samuel Levinson, Former Creative Writing Fellow David Samuel Levinson created “one of the most despicable characters in all of literature” in “Tell Me How This Ends Well,” according to one Goodreads review. But the former Emory Creative Writing Fellow ...

Lynna Williams, an associate professor of English and creative writing who helped shape Emory’s Creative Writing Program and was known for her sharp sense of humor and literary wit, died July 29 after a fight with gallbladder cancer, according to ...

Following last week’s announcement that former U.S. Poet Laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner Natasha Trethewey will deliver the keynote speech at this year’s commencement ceremony, the majority of undergraduate and graduate students The Emory Wheel interviewed expressed indifference toward Emory’s ...

At five years old, U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera watched border patrol arrive at a neighbor’s home, pull the family into a van and leave. Nearly 60 years later, he still remembers that day. “Everything was just left,” he ...

College sophomore Zachary Issenberg remembers the moments when his Intermediate Poetry Workshop professor sang Prince lyrics in class, and when he ran through the quad during a class break to get a King of Pops popsicle. Issenberg is not the only ...

Compiled by Jenna Kingsley Special Features/Social Media Editor Based on Alex Rosenfeld’s article “Love Transcends Cheesy Adjectives,” Nov. 18 By Darby Jardeleza I read somewhere that love transcends all words Of adjectival nature, as they’re trite. I also read that ...