All workshops held in the Savannah Writers’ Studio, Jen Library, Room 220. Defining your vision: Using professional language to describe your art Friday, Oct. 5, 1-2:30 p.m. Portfolios, internship applications, artist statements, scholarship essays, and statements of intent all start from the same place: your worldview as an artist. Come discuss your influences, goals, and […]

Literary journal Drafthorse published a short story titled “A Stonemason’s Lot” by Savannah professor Lee Griffith. The Huffington Post published an article by Savannah writing graduate student Steve Drum, “Mystery Men: The Real Guys Behind the Myth of Jim French’s Colt Studios” and one by 2012 alumna Susan Kemp, “Does Social Media Make Dealing With […]

Some faculty and students added to their publication credits: Oxford American online published Savannah professor Lee Griffith‘s review of Padgett Powell’s latest novel, “You & Me.” The New York Times Magazine published Savannah professor Rob Walker‘s article, “Can Tumblr’s David Karp embrace ads without selling out?” The Writing Disorder: A Literary Journal accepted “From Chase […]


July 12, 2012 | Leave a Comment

Wouldn’t it be helpful to have one place to go to find out everything going on the the writing department at SCAD? Now you do. In the coming months, I hope to add more internship opportunities, student work, notices of upcoming events, and profiles of alumni and students. If you have something to add, email […]