Today’s Jenna Wolfe visited SCAD Atlanta to take a look at SCADPad. See what she had to say (and check out MFA writing student Glennis Lofland’s television debut). MFA student Jonathan O’Conner is now working as an associate for the Auriemma Consulting Group in New York City. Jonathan will be writing financial reports, planning and […]

  MFA student Glennis Lofland continues to talk about SCADPad and had the chance to share her experiences with Today’s Jenna Wolfe.               MFA student Nikki Ibgo continues to freelance for Thom and had several essays published in the Spring/Summer 2014 issue including “Lovett from A-Z”, “The New City […]

Tommy Hilfiger Internship Program The Tommy Hilfiger Internship Program offers bright, motivated individuals the opportunity to receive mentorship, supervision and training while gaining valuable and realistic hands-on experience and an introduction to the fashion industry. Eligible students must be in their junior or senior year of an accredited bachelors program or have completed one year […]

Fogged Clarity is now accepting submissions of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, visual art and music for their Autumn 2014 and Winter 2014 editions. Submission guidelines are not stringent—we consider only the caliber of the work. Please email all poetry, non-fiction and music submissions to Benjamin Evans. All fiction should be emailed and addressed to Dylan Brock. […]

Writing alumnus Cliff Lummus (M.F.A., 2011) launched a crowd-funding project to support Honor Flight Savannah in efforts to send veterans to Washington, D.C., to visit monuments to their service. Read the full article in the Savannah Morning News. Writing alumna Ida Ronaszegi (M.F.A., 2013) won second place in the free verse category in Adventist Review […]

The Frank Martin Review Submissions The Frank Martin Review – a new, semi-annual, independent literary journal based out of Columbia, South Carolina – is currently accepting submissions of creative nonfiction, fiction, and poetry for the print edition. The basic genre guidelines for the print edition of The Frank Martin Review are: Fiction: Submit one story […]

Afterimage seeks works of ekphrasis for “Inklight” For this unique project, writers can submit original creative writing inspired by one of the images on the web site (engaging in the process of ekphrasis). Email ONE piece of writing (poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction) of up to 750 words or twenty-five short lines as a Word document email attachment with […]