Thirty-two years ago, Martie Cook decided to create an award show from the ground up.
CJ Nadeau’s novella The Mousetrap Rose creates a drug-flattened dystopian landscape, then splashes it with playfully surrealist imagery that the author has carried from his youth. Meanwhile, Donnie Welch’s poetry collection Who Gave These Flamingoes Those Tuxedos? peppers neuroses into Seussian verse.
Whether with his family or with a national readership, Jabari Asim, 50, has always wanted to be a part of the conversation.
Downtown Boston’s reinvigoration has been a long time coming, and Emerson has expanded with it.
At the end of the summer of 2011, Andrew Hawryluk felt like he knew what he wanted to do for a living. And, he said, he thought he was ready to start doing it.
Melina DiPaola, a former writing, literature, and publishing major who graduated last May, said she carried her concern for her well-being throughout her adolescence and into early adulthood, decided she wanted to pursue health-consciousness as a career, and founded e.t.c juicery.