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The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

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Introducing Pub Club’s two winning manuscript authors for this semester: Haley Souders and DS Oswald

By Maeve Lawler, Kasteel Well Bureau Chief
April 6, 2022

Junior Haley Souders and senior DS Oswald are this semester’s manuscript winners for Wilde Press, an imprint of Pub Club that publishes two 50-80 page manuscripts per semester. Gabrielle Jonikas,...

Katie Lacadie, a senior writing literature and publishing major, was one of two students to have their manuscript selected by Undergraduate Students for Publishing. Her manuscript, along with senior Clarah Grossmans, will be published in December of this year.

Pub Club announces semesterly student manuscript winners

By Karissa Schaefer, Staff Writer, Living Arts
October 28, 2020

Come December, Emerson students will be able to read about a medieval woman who fights societal constraints in the name of friendship and a love story in reverse—each written by fellow students handpicked...

Junior Antonio Weathers wrote Bird Folk, an anthology about the African-American experience in America and at Emerson. - Photo by Xinyi Tu / Beacon Staff

Pub Club to release students’ books about adulthood and racial differences in America

By Katiana Hoefle
April 16, 2019

Junior Antonio Weathers wrote poetry to pass time during classes—sometimes writing only single words or stanzas. His compiled work then became Bird Folk, an anthology about the African-American experience...

Senior Genna Coleman’s novel Catfish and Other Dead Things will be published this semester.
Photo by Erin Nolan / Beacon Staff

Pub Club spotlights personal essay collection and first preteen book

By Melanie Curry
November 28, 2018

James suddenly began having visions of Saint Peter’s Academy and a secret treasure hidden there when attending his father’s funeral. Senior Marissa Secreto documents his journey in her middle-grade...

Patrick Groleaus Beautiful Homeland: Planet Earth is about scientists returning to a post-apocolyptic Earth. Photo by

Genre fiction receives spotlight in Pub Club books

By Ian Sloan
April 23, 2018

Science fiction and fantasy fill the pages of two books published this semester by Undergraduate Students for Publishing. Wandering and Other Stories by Melissa Close and Beautiful Homeland: Mother...

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