The Broadsheet, English Department Magazine

April 1

This issue: Editor’s Note; Photography Essay; New Classroom Facilitator Program; The Writers House; Survival Mode & Covid-19; Editor’s Note

December 1

This issue: Editor’s Note; Revisiting Thoreau’s Experiment in Living; Adam Sandler: Box Office Enigma on the Cinematic Rise; Confessions of a Reformed Summer Reader; A Nonlinear Journey; Department News and Notes

November 1

This issue: Editor’s Note; Summer Internship at the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center; Incidental Representation in The Dragon Prince; Understanding Poe’s Twin Muses; Down syndrome Well Represented in The Peanut Butter Falcon; Department News and Notes

May 1

This issue: Editor’s Note; The Transformative Power of Experiential Learning in Merrimack English Courses; Review of Cynthia Huntington’s Fire Muse and The Salt House: A Summer on the Dunes of Cape Cod; English Awards Ceremony Guest Speaker Discovers Community; The Growth of the Performing Arts at Merrimack; Photo Essay on The New England Shore and American Witches; Department News and Notes

March 1

This issue: Editor’s Note; Game of Thrones Final Season; Andrea Gibson’s Take Me with You; The Fate of The Cursed Child; Photo Essays from The New England Shore and American Witches; Representation and Agency: Love, Simon and Alex Strangelove; Aquaman and the Entertainingly Bad Film; Coming in the Next Issue; Department News and Notes

December 1

This issue: Editor’s Note; Interview with Katie Fell; Four Career Night Perspectives; A Career Path Revaluation; How Curricular and Co-curricular Programming Have Built Community in the English Department; Coming Attractions; Department News and Notes

October 1

This issue: Finding Anne Bradstreet: Uncovering a Local Poet’s Past; The Merrimack Slam Team at the 2018 Mass Poetry Festival; Octopath Traveler: Gamers Contend with Real World Consequences; The Price of Adapting Moulin Rouge for the Stage.

May 1

This issue: Poetry, Sanity, and the Fifth Annual English Award Ceremony; Guest Speaker Tanya Larkin Guides Majors along an Important Path; Sigma Tau Delta Conference 2018; The Cryptic Manson of Heaven Upside Down; Creating a Life in the Automated Future: Mark Cuban on the Liberal Arts.

March 1

Issue includes: Meta-narrative at the Heart of Black Sails; Producer Shonda Rhimes and Unconventional Anatomy; John R. Aherne Poetry Contest Winning Poems; Batgirl, Agency, and the Closing Gender Gap: The Killing Joke; Amanda Gorman: First-Ever Youth Poet Laureate.

December 14

English Career Night: Recalibrating Dream Job Expectations; Remaining open to all possibilities: English Alumni offer their wisdom; The Impact of Button Poetry: Olivia Gatwood inspires generations of women; An Interview with Dr. Christy Pottroff