Emerson College offers everything aspiring writers need to hone their talents and refine their craft.
Page Turner Magazine is an annual magazine that showcases Popular Fiction Writing and Publishing student and alumni work. The magazine was created by students with a goal to showcase the diverse creative conscience of Emerson students and alumni by publishing their popular fiction and art in digital and print form.
Students interested in a writing career will enjoy a dynamic range of careers and industries, including:
- Content Manager
- Communications Coordinator
- Public Relations Manager
Our Alumni have gone on to establish successful writing careers. Recent alumni who have gone on to publish their work include:
- Safina Danish Elahi '24
- The Idle Stance of the Tippler Pigeon, Neem Tree Press, July 2023
- Rebecca Thorne '23
- Can't Spell Treason without Tea, Bramble/TOR, May 2024
- Scott Johnson '19
- Ungeheur, Boston, Bloodshot Books, 2021
- Stanley Cooper Chronicles, Books 1-4 Texas, CLB Press, 2018-2020
- Shy Grove: A Ghost Story, Texas, CLB Press, 2018
- Emma Collins ‘20
- Winner 2020 EggTooth Editions chapbook contest for her book, Snow
- Nicole Diebold ‘19
- Honeymoon Alone, 4B Pub, 2019
- RB Wood ‘19
- Bayou Whispers, Crystal Lake Publishing, 2021
- Alexandra Lapointe, ‘20
- Cloakers, Atmosphere Press, 2021
Get the Emerson Edge with our Graduate Student Benefits
Once you commit to graduate school at Emerson, you’re automatically enrolled in our Emerson Edge program. Emerson Edge is designed to help you network with peers, alumni, faculty, and staff to ensure you’re getting what you need out of your graduate program including career exploration, resume building, financial planning, and access to exclusive events for students and alumni.
Emerson Edge benefits:
- Career exploration and preparedness: Work with Career Development to discuss your interests and skills to investigate different career paths. Our Career Development team reviews industry trends and updates you on emerging career paths and industries. Start with the Graduate Career Action Plan to learn about your skills, the Emerson community, industry, and network. Work with our team to craft your resume, cover letter, and portfolio and receive access to exclusive job listings.
- Attend Graduate Student Events: Meet new friends and network with your colleagues in the graduate community at in-person and online events hosted by the Graduate Student Association.
- Work with your Graduate Program Director: Your Graduate Program Director serves as a mentor to you and your classmates. They’ll help you connect with alumni, identify internship and career opportunities, and build a class schedule that excites you.
- Network with Emerson Alumni: Our alumni network consists of 51,000+ proud lions. Meet alumni from around the globe through Emerson’s exclusive Emerge platform, and in-person and virtual events hosted by our Alumni Relations team. Our alumni are known for helping each other out, from mentoring opportunities to career guidance, and you’ll join one of the best alumni networks in the country.
- Consult with our resource center to create a work-life balance plan and receive feedback on writing projects and coursework for native and non-native English speakers.
- Find graduate housing: Work with our Off-Campus Student Services to find off-campus graduate housing, roommates, neighborhood and budgeting advice, and even learn how to sign a lease.
- Explore our accessible resources: Coordinate with our Student Accessibility Services to receive access and support to our graduate programs and courses, activities, and services to ensure your needs are met while studying at Emerson.