Writers of short fiction are encouraged to submit their best work for the Flannery O’Connor Short Fiction Award. More than seventy short fiction collections have been published since 1983, showcasing talent and promise from emerging writers of short story. This year’s series is edited by acclaimed author Roxane Gay. Submissions close on 31st of May […]

SCAD offers students the unique opportunity to study at Lacoste, where they can experience the charm and beauty of France. Lacoste is a beautifully preserved village rich in history and SCAD’s Lacoste campus features residence halls, two dining halls and a meticulously restored 11th century farmhouse. Coursework is offered at an accelerated eight-week pace for […]

To support outstanding emerging literary voices among student writers, Epiphany, a literary journal announces it’s second annual Breakout 8 Writers Prize. Undergraduate and graduate students may submit a creative manuscript along with a statement of interest for consideration. Detailed information and submission guidelines can be found here. Winners will receive publication in the Breakout Eight […]

The Writers’ Studio presents The Basics of World Building, a workshop to explore the basics of building extraordinary worlds to support your story, character and plot. Taking place on Wednesday May 15 from 6 p.m., this workshop will help create vivid and immersive fictional worlds for any story of any genre. The event will take […]

The Flannery O’Connor Childhood Home will continue its Spring 2019 Lecture Series with “A Muster of Peacocks.” Members of the Flannery O’Connor Childhood Home Peacock Guild Writer’s Salon will share original writing, carrying O’Connor’s rich tradition of storytelling into the 21st century. Readers include SCAD alumna Ariel Felton, Beverly Willet, author of soon-to-be-released Disassembly Required: A Memoir […]