Document V.5DOCUMENT: the Graduate Journal of the SCAD Writing Program wants your nonfiction and fiction!  Submit your best work immediately.  Selected works will be published in Volume 6, Spring 2015.

Submitted pieces will also be considered for nomination to the Association of Writers & Writing Programs Intro Journals Project, the winners of which will be published in the following little magazines:

Hayden’s Ferry Review • Mid-American Review • Colorado Review • Puerto del Sol • Iron Horse Literary Review • Quarterly West • Tampa Review • Artful Dodge.

Cultivate your publishing career by submitting now!

Keep in mind: A document is a relic of proof. A textual representation of evidence, idea, and emotion. We want all kinds of documents. We strive to document the diversity of writing that our program fosters. Surprise us!

Eligibility: Open to all SCAD Graduate Students who have taken at least one MFA Writing Class

Deadline: Monday, October 13 2014

Response time: 1 month

GenreAll forms ononfiction and fiction.  No poetry.  If the piece has been published elsewhere, please name the venue in your cover message.  Previously published pieces are welcome and eligible for reprint in Document, but are not eligible for the AWP Intro Journals Project.

Word Count: Works of all lengths will be considered.

Submission Limit: 2 pieces per student

Submission Method: 1 Word Doc. attachment per e-mail submission; 1 piece per Word Doc.

Submission Address:

  • Lee Griffith (Savannah campus students)
  • Catherine Ramsdell (Atlanta campus students)
  • eLearning and Hong Kong students may submit work to either editor.

Style & Format: MLA, Chicago, or AP style.  First page should contain all contact information.  Last name and page number should appear on all subsequent pages.

Please peruse Document online or pick up a hard copy from the office of Professor Griffith (Savannah, Arnold 117) or Professor Ramsdell (SCAD Atlanta).

We look forward to reading your work!


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