Emerson Review, a student publication of poetry, fiction, memoir, essay, flash fiction, nonfiction, photo essay, plus a guest poet. This issue's guest poet is Bill Knott (William Kilborn Knott), whom was teaching at Columbia College at the time and later taught at Emerson. Bill Knott is one of the most underated American poets and downright honest in the word. Included in this issue are Bill Knott's poems How I Love, Poem, Accomplice. You have not read poetry until you read Bill Knott. Also included in this issue Jeffrey Knapp, Nancy Rothman, Todd Tranner, Megan Staffel, Raymond Ronci, Martha Stearns, Paul Berg, Bob Fiskio, Kim Freilich, Wilson Brown, Charlene Seeger, Matthew Rue, Robert Hayford, Anne Barbernitz, James Mutrie, Robert Morse, Christine Ebinger, Ray Amorosi. Advisor is James Randall. Outrageous and so of its time in all its psychedelic glory cover art by Roger Stearns. The paper this journal is printed on is wonderful: heavy and textured.
The Emerson Review is an annual literary publication that is produced by undergraduate students at Emerson College. The staff is a mix of students of all ages and majors who are dedicated to putting together a publication of the highest quality.