Prose on Ponce

November 27, 2013 | Leave a Comment

Thanks to everyone who came out to SCAD Atlanta’s end-of-the-quarter reading. Special thanks to the students from Dr. Iredell’s undergraduate and graduate fiction classes and Dr. Bundy’s graduate nonfiction class for sharing their work with us. It was a wonderful way to end the quarter. seeks interns for 2014 The Celebrity Cafe offers a virtual program to students nationwide in the areas of writing, copy editing and social media marketing. Each program requires 120 hours over 12 weeks, has an assignment for each week building on what was learned the week prior and significant oversight. The writing internships provide […]

Last week was another busy week at SCAD Atlanta. We started with a reading by novelist and Paste editor Charles McNair. Mr. McNair spoke to a group of students, faculty, and staff–including Catherine Ramsdell’s Persuasive Writing class. He also took the time to sign some books and talk with students and faculty after the reading. […]

Come celebrate the end of fall quarter at The Book Lady Bookstore, where Pulitzer Prize nominee Charles McNair will regale you with stories from his new novel, “Pickett’s Charge.” Click here for details. “Pickett’s Charge is a genuine delight—a wild, comic, sometimes hallucinatory ride through a century of Southern history.”     — Charles Frazier, […]

Calling all undergraduate Writing majors!  Submit your best fiction and nonfiction immediately. Faculty representatives from the SCAD Writing Department will read your work and nominate one piece from each category to the Association of Writers & Writing Programs (AWP) Intro Journals Project. AWP will then select winners, which will be published in the following literary journals: Hayden’s Ferry Review […]

SCAD’s Ivy Hall presents the “Writers Digital Boot Camp: Writing, Publishing, Promoting and Prospering in the Digital Media Revolution,” an afternoon-long series of workshops geared toward digital media writing. The workshop, which takes place at SCAD Atlanta’s Digital Media Center, is open to the public; cost is $55 for early registration (payments received no later […]

USA TODAY’s Collegiate Correspondent Program is one of the nation’s premier journalism opportunities for undergraduate students. Relevant writing experience combines with professional training and advice from seasoned journalists. Correspondent writing is the backbone of USA TODAY College. Participants in the program have had their work published in USA TODAY’s print edition as well as outlets […]

Thanks to best-selling author Mary Kay Andrews for joining us last night at Ivy Hall. Ms. Andrews talked about moving from journalism to fiction writing, the importance of deadlines, and using social media to promote one’s creative work.

Interested in a paid summer job, plus room and board?  Want to teach writing?  Then join Sarah Ruter, Head of Programs at Explo Yale, to discuss the program and the application process. Tuesday, November 5 7:30 pm Student Center 120 Montgomery St, Savannah All you need at the presentation is paper and pen.  At the […]

  Last week was a busy week at SCAD Atlanta. On Tuesday, Professor Chin Cheng Hung spoke about his new book “Depiction of Reality.” On Wednesday, Professor Jamie Iredell and Ivy Hall hosted the annual Potlatch reading and brought in some amazing poets: Laura Carter, Gregg Murray, Nicole Steinberg, Niina Pollaria and JD Scott. On […]