SCAD’s undergraduate literary journal, Artemis is now accepting submissions. Send your best nonfiction work as an email attachment to Editor James Lough and best fiction work as an email attachment to Professor Griffith. Undergraduates from any department are welcome to submit their work before 11th January, 2019. Pieces must be no longer than 3500 words.

Ossabaw Island Writers’ Retreat announces the opening of applications for the 2018 Fall Writers Craft and Seminar Day Trip. Held November 3, 2018, the retreat will feature workshops and seminars led by nationally recognized faculty (including publishers, freelancers, novelists, poets, and editors such as David Poyer, Lenore Hart, Tony Morris, Chad Faries, Christina Olson, Laura Valeri, and more). […]

The SCAD Seersucker Literary Soirée is back for this year’s edition of jokes, games, music and readings by our very own writing faculty. The event will be held at Poetter Hall on Thursday, 25th October from 7 pm onward. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear what professors are working on! The event is free and open […]

The annual Red Clay Writers Conference will take place on Saturday, November 10th at the Kennesaw State University Center. Participate in an entire day of literary events covering a variety of genres such as fiction, nonfiction, poetry, screenwriting, young adult novel and children’s book. Janisse Ray will present the keynote “Truth & Reconciliation: A Field […]

Wuzzals is currently seeking editors for their Children’s Reading Program. The books are part of a Leveled Reading Program that teaches the skill of reading. Candidates may work remotely for 10-12 hours a week with the possibility of a full time job. Candidates must be familiar with Leveled Readers books such as Clifford the Big […]

Stop by Ivy Hall today at 5 p.m. to hear liberal arts and writing professor Carlie Sorosiak read from her latest young adult novel, “Wild Blue Wonder.” At this event, discover why the American Library Association’s Booklist magazine describes “Wild Blue Wonder” as “a striking examination of love — of friends, of family, of self […]

Students can submit their best artwork to Port City Review, SCAD’s student-juried arts journal. Works from all locations, majors and mediums are accepted. Now in its sixth year of production, Port City Review has twice won the College Media Association Pinnacle Award, the highest honor in college media. The journal is overseen by SCAD Student […]


October 15, 2018 | Leave a Comment

The annual Grad.Salon will take place this Thursday, 18th October. Graduate students nearing the end of their studies will present their thesis ideas and research in an engaging session with the audience. The Grad.Salon will take place at the Pei Ling Chan Amphitheatre at 5pm and is open to students and faculty.   This session’s presenters […]

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