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Savannah undergraduate student Danielle Austin wrote a column for the Savannah Morning News. The piece, titled “Unfashionable: Racism on runways,” was featured in the April 15 print edition and online. Savannah graduate student Grace Barkley wrote “5 Ways to Boost Your Small Business Twitter Account” for the blog Brazen Life. The article also was syndicated [...]
World Nomads and Rough Guides have teamed up to offer a travel scholarship. Write a 2,500 word essay to apply. Prize: Free trip to China; Mentorship from freelance travel writers; Assignment to review and update the Beijing chapters of ‘The Rough Guide to China.’ Deadline: April 19 Click Here for Details. Summary: 1. Craft a 2,500 characters [...]
March 19, 2013 | Leave a Comment
SCAD Savannah is pleased to announce that Chicago writers Richard Babcock and Gioia Diliberto will be the visiting writers for Fall 2013. Babcock has spent his career moving between journalism and fiction. After serving as a top editor at New York magazine, he was editor-in-chief at Chicago magazine for 20 years before stepping down in [...]
SCAD Atlanta is pleased to announce that Pearl Cleage will be the visiting writer in Spring 2013. Cleage is an award-winning playwright and the author of numerous novels including the Oprah Book Club pick “What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day.” For more information about the Visiting Writer course, contact Catherine Ramsdell.
March 2, 2013 | Leave a Comment
Congratulations to Jesse Moriarty! Hee was awarded the first SCAD Lacoste Writing Prize of 100 Euro March 1 for his sonnet, “Brief Interruptions in Monomania.” This year’s contest was judged by visiting artist Rob Griffith. Jesse read his poem at Vernissage March 9.
Announcing The First SCAD Lacoste Writing Prize This year’s judge Visiting artist Rob Griffith Director and Editor of Measure Press This year’s challenge The Sonnet Prize 100€ and Possible publication in “Measure: a Review of Formal Poetry” Deadline for Submission March 1, Midnight Guidelines: 1. Sonnets must be original and unpublished. No translations. Lacoste students in [...]
CutBank announces the opening of its annual contests Dec. 1 for the 2013 Montana Prize in Fiction, Montana Prize in Creative Nonfiction, and Patricia Goedicke Prize in Poetry. Submissions will be accepted Dec. 1, 2012 through March 1, 2013. Winners receive $500 and publication in CutBank 79. All submissions will be considered for publication in CutBank. The $17 [...]
Fall quarter is coming to a close and the long winter break is a great time to work on self-promotion materials, internship and job research. Nancy Tanneberg, career adviser for the SCAD School of Liberal Arts, is available to offer career guidance and support throughout the break. Schedule an appointment online. Email Nancy to receive [...]
Missed the SCAD WRITing in Lacoste info session? Well, there’s one more! Lacoste Info Session Bradley Hall 114 Monday, Oct. 1 2-3 p.m. Learn how you can take an independent study, work on your thesis, or do your teaching internship all in a medieval French village. Whet your appetite with more information and check out [...]