All About Exposé
Exposé essays are central to HarvardWrites, a new digital learning and teaching tool developed by the Harvard College Writing Program with the generous support of a Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching (HILT) grant.
In April 2012, the Writing Program won a $50,000 Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching (HILT) Grant.
Browse our entire archive of past issues in a searchable and downloadable database, including issues from before we went digital.
Recent Issues, using Publishize JS and other digital content management:
Editors: Tad Davies, Joaquin Terrones, & Zachary Sifuentes
Content: Reina Gattuso on painting intimacy; Stephen Mackereth on truth and fiction in Poe; Natalie Smith on modern ekphrasis; Liesl Ulrich-Verderber on animal psychology; Teresa Yan on modernization and deforestation; with science writing by Megan Walcek, Tess Helgren, and Kwon-Yong Jin; fiction by Christopher Alessandrini; poetry by Emi Nietfeld; and faculty reprints by Stephen Greenblatt, Thomas Kelly and Robert Lue.
Exposé Magazine, the annual journal published by the Harvard College Writing Program, features exemplary writing in several genres by Harvard freshmen: essays written in our Expository Writing courses, poems, and short stories.
The journal’s digital format makes possible vivid illustrations of how good essays achieve their goals: pop-up annotations, prepared by members of the Writing Program faculty, highlight the key moves that each essay makes in order to help students see the fundamental features of academic writing.