The Good Men Project is an online magazine that receives millions of hits every month and is dedicated to “tackling the issues and questions that are most relevant to men’s lives.” They are in need of poetry submissions dealing with men, masculinity or men’s issues. Even though the purpose of the site is to focus on “the […]

Is your Word Processing software just not cutting it anymore? Join Professor Lee Griffith for an introduction to inexpensive but robust software useful to anyone writing or researching large projects this winter break and quarter–we’re looking at you thesis writers! Learn how writers use Scrivener, Aeon Timeline, and Scapple software to: – Brainstorm and mind-map ideas […]

Please join us at Ivy Hall on Thursday. Students will be sharing their latest fiction and nonfiction works. And we’ll have cookies.

WHAT: Join writer Harrison Scott Key and his SCAD humor students for a reading of recent work, where they tell the uncomfortable truths of the world around them. Nothing’s off limits: from race in America to; from the world of art to the realm of fake IDs. If you enjoy the work of James Thurber, Woody […]

Portland Review Submissions Portland Review is now open for submissions to the winter 2015 issue until December 1, 2014. They are looking for fine-crafted fiction, poetry, nonfiction, art and blends of these for print and web publication. This year they are also accepting outside reviews of books and other materials. Contributing authors and artists receive […]

It’s hard to believe fall quarter is already coming to a close. Here’s a quick look back at some of the authors who visited SCAD Atlanta this quarter.

Written by Jonathan Rabb   On the first Sunday of the Savannah Film Festival, Kathryn Stockett (author of the best-selling The Help) sat down with me to talk about writing, adaptations, style, the south and anything else the students assembled at the Marshall House could throw her way. Stockett was nothing less than generous and […]

M.F.A student Hally Joseph’s article “Touchdown: Hall of Fame covers all of college football, from teams to mascots” was published in the October edition of Encore Atlanta. M.F.A. alum Osayi Endolyn’s article “Ain’t Nothing If It Don’t Feel Good: Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics Dig a New Sound From the Red Clay of Georgia Soul” was […]

Due to technical difficulties, the following live stream has been postponed. Stay tuned to the SCAD Writing blog for updates. —————————— Tonight, SCAD Radio hosts Writing Professor Lee Griffith and his visiting brother, award-winning poet and editor, Rob Griffith. Listen in as they debate the finer points of formal poetry, lyric essay, and who mom loves the […]