Explo on campus

October 31, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Exploration Summer Programs (Explo) will be visiting campus Nov. 12-13 to visit classes, host a presentation, and interview for their 2016 summer internships. They’re mostly interested in talking to and recruiting Sophomores and Juniors, but also Seniors and Graduate students. They offer a variety of paid internship opportunities for their summer programs that would take […]

Eggtooth Editions is holding their first ever chapbook contest in conjunction with Northern Arizona Book Festival and Narrow Chimney Press. This contest is open to any writer who has not previously published a full-length book (defined here as a solely authored work more than 50 pages that includes self-publishing). They’re accepting unpublished works in any […]

AWP is currently accepting applications to work with them as a volunteer during their conference and book fair. For students who have been planning on attending, AWP will provide free conference registration in exchange for about four hours of your time. On the application page, you can pick which day(s) you’re willing to work and […]

Don’t forget! Thriller writer, Brad Thor, will be coming to the Savannah Book Festival this year. An Evening with Brad Thor is free for all SCAD students to attend with their ID. Make sure to send an email to Professor Jonathan Rabb <jrabb@scad.edu> to let him know you’re interested and make sure tickets are set […]

Join Professor James Lough in a reading, Q-and-A, and book signing celebrating his newest book, “Short Flights: Thirty Two Modern Writers Share Aphorisms of Insight , Inspiration, and Wit.” This anthology is filled with witty, some humorous, aphorisms from writers spanning many genres. The event will be taking place on Nov. 4 at the SCAD […]

The Belmont Story Review is looking for submissions for their premiere issue. They are accepting work in the categories of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. They’re also open to submissions of narrative journalism in the areas of music, publishing, creativity, collaboration, faith, and culture. The submissions deadline for their first, winter 2016 issue is Dec. […]

Want to learn what it’s like to work at CNN? Interested in becoming an award-winning journalist? Please join us on November 3rd at 6:30 at Ivy Hall to hear from Thomas Lake, an award-winning literary journalist and enterprise writer for CNN Politics. Before joining CNN, Lake was a senior writer for Sports Illustrated and a […]

Peachtree Publishers is seeking Editorial and Publicity/Marketing interns for their 2016 Spring internship program. Both positions are unpaid and candidates ┬ámust commit to 10 hours a week for 10-12 week. The internship would start January 2016 and go on until March 2016. For the Editorial internship, applicants need to be either a Junior or Senior […]

Join Christene Barberich, editor-in-chief and founding partner of Refinery29, and Michael Fink, SCAD dean of fashion, for an exclusive conversation about the power and influence of social media on the fashion industry. Prior to launching Refinery29 in 2005, Barberich held roles at Gourmet magazine, The Daily and The New Yorker magazine. She is also author […]

CRATE, the official literary journal of the University of California Riverside’s Creative and Performing Arts Writing MFA programs, is seeking provocative, imaginative work to publish. They are accepting fiction, poetry, non-fiction, dramatic work, and visual arts for their Fall issue. Fiction and non-fiction must be 5000 words or less, plays can only be up to […]

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