Welcome Page Turners!
We are excited to announce our next flash fiction contest for this upcoming fall season, centered around a monster theme! The contest will begin on August 23rd and run until October 4th. It is open to all current Emerson students, alumni, and the general public. We are extremely excited to read your submissions, so get those pencils sharpened! You can find all the details on our Contest page. Writers, take inspiration from the photo below if you need a jumping-off point, but feel free to let your imaginations run wild. Best of luck to everyone.
Keep turning those pages!
- Say Yes Summer by Lindsey Roth CulliWhen I first saw Lindsey Roth Culli’s young adult novel, Say Yes Summer, I figured it was going to be something akin to Shonda Rhimes’ memoir, The Year of Yes, which encourages you to say “yes” to opportunity when it comes knocking. I could tell that Say Yes Summer would… Read More »Say Yes Summer by Lindsey Roth Culli
- The Boyfriend Project and The Dating Playbook by Farrah RochonFarrah Rochon’s The Boyfriend Project felt like home to me. We’ve all been there. No matter how smart or how successful we women get, we somehow have all dated a two- timer. And for what? Just so we can say that we have a man? This book will definitely make… Read More »The Boyfriend Project and The Dating Playbook by Farrah Rochon
- Book Review: She Who Became the Sun by Shelley Parker-ChanMy interest in Shelley Parker-Chan’s debut novel, She Who Became the Sun, was piqued on Twitter by Tor Books and Parker-Chan’s own tweeting. However, it was Parker-Chan reading Chapter Three of her novel on Tor Book’s Instagram that solidified my interest in the novel as a must-read—the lavish details and… Read More »Book Review: She Who Became the Sun by Shelley Parker-Chan
- Book Review: The Sound of Stars by Alechia DowThe Sound of Stars is a beautiful love story that takes you on a journey of emotions. In most YA novels you can tell when the tables have turned and the heroes save the day. In this story, the characters come so close to death multiple times that I literally… Read More »Book Review: The Sound of Stars by Alechia Dow