Speak with award-winning author, show-runner, and executive producer, Deb Spera. She has created and helmed successful series including “Criminal Minds,” “Army Wives,” and “Reaper.” Former President of the Mark Gordon Company (“Grey’s Anatomy”), Deb Spera has also served as Vice President of Original Programming at Showtime Networks. Currently she’s adapting her best-selling novel, Call Your Daughter Home, […]

Writing M.F.A. Rebecca Sandberg published a kids’ health article in Savannah Magazine this month. “Over the last several months, daily routines have been turned upside down due to the coronavirus, and as people struggle to find stability, anxiety levels are collectively rising. Unfortunately, this isn’t limited to adults, says Savannah Behavioral Pediatrics owner and pediatric […]

HarperCollins is searching for interns who identify with groups that are traditionally underrepresented in the publishing industry. Fall Internships (September 14 – November 20) will be remote for the first time ever. The program is for college students/graduates (class of 2020-2021), and the recruitment team hopes that these virtual internships will attract diverse talent who […]

SCAD Writing alumna Asli Shebe (B.F.A., 2017) was recently featured in Connect Savannah‘s “Voices on the Path” series. In it, she discusses the Black Lives Matter movement, injustice, racism, rest, and resistance: “It’s not enough to only advocate and fight for yourself and your people.  If you really are an ally or a comrade you […]