SCAD and Ivy Hall are proud to host the Ivy Hall Writers Series. Check out who will be visiting SCAD Atlanta this winter: Josh Green, Jan. 16, 6 p.m. Ivy Hall, Atlanta Josh Green’s first book, “Dirtyville Rhapsodies,” was named a “Best Book for the Beach” by Men’s Health magazine, alongside Khaled Hosseini and Stephen […]

Congratulations to Dr. Jamie Iredell. His book I Was a Fat Drunk Catholic School Insomniac  was published earlier this year by Future Tense Books. The book has received a good amount of praise, including this fabulous book blurb: “Jamie Iredell is one of the two or three best writers I know in this world. If […]

This past fall Catherine Ramsdell’s WRIT 725 Persuasive Writing course created social media campaigns for Mud Pie. M.F.A. writing student Hally Joseph’s campaign–30 Days of Mud Pie–was selected for implementation, and for the past few weeks, Hally has been working with Mud Pie to put her plan into action. Congratulations to Hally, and here are […]

Two SCAD writing students have been nominated for the AWP Intro Journals Project Award: Alan Molzan for his personal essay, “Rattling the Bars at My Brother” Chase Wilkinson for his short story, “Eight Lights in the Chapel.” The pieces will compete with other nominated work from around the country for $100 honorariums in fiction and creative […]

Thanks to everyone who came out to the boot camp on Saturday. And special thanks to Alison Law and Kimberly Brock for sharing some of their writing tips and insights with us.

Congratulations to Kerry Burke. Her thesis, “We Are Camp Shady Brook,” was published earlier this year. Burke’s work  “examines the camp’s history through carefully selected photographs, memorabilia, historical documents and the author’s personal experience. As both a documentary and memoir, the journey of a family with roots in Prussia and the camp’s present-day life will […]