Professor of Creative Writing George Williams released his latest book this week, The Valley of Happiness: Stories (Raw Dog Screaming Press). From a Texas reservoir a fisherman hauls in a record-breaking bass that transforms his life forever. In Georgia a man is required by federal law to become chattel for a day. A criminal and his ventriloquist’s […]

GOOD NEWS! Two SCAD writing students have been nominated for the AWP Intro Journals Project Award: Alex Keith for her short story, “I Have Known Men” Jonathan O’Connor for his piece of creative nonfiction, “You Grab Me, You Have Me by My Heart.” The pieces will compete with other nominated work from around the country for $100 honorariums […]

Due to technical difficulties, the following live stream has been postponed. Stay tuned to the SCAD Writing blog for updates. —————————— Tonight, SCAD Radio hosts Writing Professor Lee Griffith and his visiting brother, award-winning poet and editor, Rob Griffith. Listen in as they debate the finer points of formal poetry, lyric essay, and who mom loves the […]

Writing alumnus Cliff Lummus (M.F.A., 2011) launched a crowd-funding project to support Honor Flight Savannah in efforts to send veterans to Washington, D.C., to visit monuments to their service. Read the full article in the Savannah Morning News. Writing alumna Ida Ronaszegi (M.F.A., 2013) won second place in the free verse category in Adventist Review […]

Atlanta magazine published a piece written by alumna Allison Brooks (M.F.A., 2013): “Savannah: The downtown renaissance that SCAD built.” Brandon Dale (B.F.A., 2013) earned a position as a writer at Oliver Bentleys in Savannah, Ga. Jeffrey Garris (B.F.A., 2013) was invited to speak at the Ohio PFLAG state conference in Wooster, Ohio, April 5, 2014. […]

      Lacoste Writing majors launched le Navigateur: the online travel magazine for college students this week. The launch coincides with and celebrates SCAD’s 35th anniversary with a professional, social media driven publication that reflects SCAD’s international reach and collaborative spirit while showcasing student work. Thirteen writers and eight graphic design, illustration, and sequential art students […]

Hailey Zipfel, Writing student at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), has been named winner of the 2014 Bee Bread Prize.  Her short story, “Ride Around, Tommy” was chosen from dozens of stories submitted by SCAD students studying at the Lacoste campus this winter. The judge, award-winning nonfiction writer and novelist, Margaret McMullan, […]

M.F.A. student Osayi Endoyln has a weekly column in Atlanta Magazine. M.F.A. student Hally Joseph’s short essay “An Open Letter to the Man Who Stole My Father’s Hash Brown in a McDonald’s in Panama” was accepted for publication in the Atticus Review. M.F.A. student Sybil McLain-Topel’s review of “Absent Landlord” was published in Paste Magazine. […]

Two SCAD writing students have been nominated for the AWP Intro Journals Project Award: Alan Molzan for his personal essay, “Rattling the Bars at My Brother” Chase Wilkinson for his short story, “Eight Lights in the Chapel.” The pieces will compete with other nominated work from around the country for $100 honorariums in fiction and creative […]

Thom Released

October 21, 2013 | Leave a Comment

Congratulations to SCAD Atlanta writing students Sybil McLain-Topel, Lawren McCord, Nikki Igbo, Jennifer Jefferson,  and Ally Wright along with SCAD Atlanta Professor Chris Bundy. Last spring they joined graphic design and photography students to create Thom, a magazine for the Thomasville Center for the Arts.  The Thomasville Center for the Arts describes the publication as […]

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