Currently, there is no one signed up for Techniques of Fiction Writing with Professor Rabb at the Savannah campus for winter quarter. In this class, students will learn about different techniques in storytelling, characterization, scene-building and point-of-view. In the class, students will hone their fiction-writing skills while being exposed to¬†works of major fiction writers. This […]


November 23, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival The fiction contest for the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival is still open to submissions until Nov. 30. The entrance fee is $25 and the grand prize is $1,500, domestic airfare to the festival (up to $500), French-Quarter accommodations, a VIP All-Access pass to the next festival and a public […]

Writers in Savannah know the Seersucker Live name well for their reading series that brings local and national authors together on stage just about every month at local bars, bookstores, and other venues. This winter, they’re offering a unique set of writing workshops with Amelia Gray, Arna Bontemps Hemenway, and Patricia Lockwood. The application deadline […]

Writing Competition

November 20, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Winter Soup Bowl Chapbook competition C&R Press is hosting their Winter Soup Bowl Chapbook competition! The competition is geared towards emerging writers who are developing new works. They will publish 1-3 chapbooks of poetry, short stories or other types of literary work. Soup Bowl Chapbooks should be between 20-36 pages of material and the competition […]

Belmont Story Review The Belmont Story Review is accepting submissions from now until Dec. 15 for their premiere issue and until April 1 for their 2nd issue. They are looking for fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction from both new and established writers. They are also accepting narrative journalism in music, publishing, creativity and collaboration, as […]

Small Po[r]tions Small Po[r]tions is now accepting submissions for their 6th issue. They’re looking for cross-genre, experimental and multi/intermedia work. They’re accepting experimental creative fiction and nonfiction, lyrical fiction, poetry and multimedia pieces. Work should only be up to 5 pages (1,000 words) or one multimedia piece. Email work to <submissions(at)smallportionsjournal(dot)com> for consideration for their […]

SCAD Alumni Atelier Award The SCAD Alumni Atelier Award is being offered to any SCAD alumni (from an undergraduate or graduate degree program) who has shown exemplary work in their field of study and desires to create in the uniquely inspiring environments that SCAD has. The recipient of the award will be invited to Savannah, […]

Masud Olufani, one of SCAD’s Atelier artists in residence, is inviting anyone in the SCAD community to participate in his multi-media sculptural installed called “Chorus of Memory.” The process will involve scripting and recording each participant’s family genealogy. The 200 collected recordings will make the conceptual foundation of his finished work. He will be available […]

The Artifice is an online magazine that covers a wide spectrum of art forms. It’s collaboratively built by writers and is structured to allow writers to focus on the quality of content while the site deals with exposure of that content to an audience. They’re interested in work that focuses on movies, TV, anime, art, […]

The World Trade Center Savannah Spring 2016 internship application deadline quickly approaches. All resumes are due by Nov. 11 for consideration for the internship. The date for interviews, if you’re accepted, is Nov. 19 and you would be expected to start Jan. 13 and continue until May 27. If interested, make sure to send your […]

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