Each year, AWP offers three scholarships of $500 each to emerging writers who wish to attend a writers’ conference, center, retreat, festival, or residency. AWP maintains a comprehensive list of these events and opportunities in the Directory of Conferences & Centers. Winners and six finalists will also receive a one-year individual membership in AWP. This […]

Get Career Advice!

January 29, 2015 | Leave a Comment

  Career Adviser Kelly Tucker will be hosting the following career development workshops this winter. Please RSVP for any of the workshops through the SCAD Job Portal under the Events > Workshops tab. Understanding the Cover Letter Friday, Jan. 30 Bradley Hall, Room 114 4-5 pm All Major Interview Prep Workshop Friday, Feb. 6 Student […]

Visiting writer Richard Babcock, an acknowledged techno-phobe, has nonetheless made several successful forays into digital publishing. This month he releases “Autopsy: A Love Story,” through Kindle Singles. Join this Amazon best-selling author as he reads from his new work and answers your questions about writing and publishing across digital and print platforms. Time: 5 p.m. […]

Blake Butler is the author of five books of fiction, including There Is No Year and Scorch Atlas; a work of hybrid nonfiction, Nothing: A Portrait of Insomnia; and two collaborative works, Anatomy Courses with Sean Kilpatrick and One with Vanessa Place and Christopher Higgs. He is the founding editor of HTMLGIANT, “the Internet literature […]

Britt Menzies is the author and creator of StinkyKids. StinkyKids began as a children’s book series but grew into what can only be described as a brand. StinkyKids the Musical premiered in NYC in 2012 and will open at the Synchronicity Theatre in Atlanta later this month. StinkyKids dolls, bikes, and cookies are available from […]

            NEW PRIZE LAUNCHED FOR FOR A POEM WRITTEN BY AN ADULT FOR CHILDREN The Caterpillar – the junior version of the arts and literature magazine The Moth – has launched a new poetry competition for adults writing for children (aged 7–11). The magazine, which includes poems and stories for […]

    World Trade Center Savannah offers a comprehensive professional development training program throughout the year that is designed to expand business skills of the next generation of internationally-focused executives. WTCSav’s unpaid interns complete a five month program (offered Spring, Summer, and Fall) and gain critical insights into corporate management, international business transactions and negotiations, […]

SCAD Atlanta’s writing students are learning that the collaborative process can be a lot of fun. Students in this CLC  class will be working with ArtsNow, a nonprofit organization working hard to improve the way we educate our youth, and the Cherokee County Schools to explore new and creative ways of incorporating the literary arts into […]