Students and alumni of the B.F.A. and M.F.A. Writing programs have been busy earning more awards and publications. Check out the latest below, and keep an eye out for more in the coming weeks. Araceli Cruz (M.F.A. current), published a short story in the current issue of Palabritas, a literary publication with the mission of […]

  Students and alumni of the B.F.A. and M.F.A. Writing programs have been busy earning awards, publications, internships, and jobs. Check out the latest below, and keep an eye out for more in the coming weeks. Ariel Felton (M.F.A. 2015) published a daily shout in The New Yorker and a travel piece in The Washington Post. […]

SCAD District’s team of editors, writers, photographers and graphic designers have launched a new magazine called District in Bloom. Inside, you’ll find a photo essay from six photographers documenting their unique experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic, and a series of updated articles noting the effect the pandemic has had on Savannah and the SCAD community. […]

  Mark your calendar and join us for Seersucker Live, a virtual literary event complete with comedy, music and culture. This year we’ll be fêting our Writing Alumni, Halle Hill, Robert Criss, Ariel Felton, and Amy Paige Condon, who will be reading their work and competing in whatever shenanigans Seersucker hosts Christopher Berinato and Joseph […]

Award-winning Oxford American magazine published Halle Hill’s (M.F.A. 2020) debut short story, “Bitch Baby,” in its summer/fall issue. Editor Elize Borné writes in her opening letter, “Change and Transformation,” that Halle’s story “shares a vivid and beautiful portrayal of two siblings’ love alongside a wrenching account of police violence and bigotry.” It is Halle’s publishing […]

Students and alumni of the B.F.A. and M.F.A. Writing programs have been busy earning awards, publications, internships, and jobs. Check out the latest below, and keep an eye out for more in the coming weeks. Araceli Cruz (M.F.A. 2021) was named Content Producer at The Americano, a political news site created by Latinos for Latinos. […]

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 […]

Writing Alumna Ariel Felton published her second piece in McSweeney’s Internet Tendency this week: “Things You’re Learning About White People When You’re Their Only Black Friend.” Ariel is a Teaching Artist and the Publications Manager at Deep Center, as well as the Managing Editor of Penelope Editions, the YA imprint of Penny Candy Books. Her […]

M.F.A. alumna Kayo Change Black published her essay, “In the Shadow of the Middle Kingdom” in The Normal School, a Literary Magazine. Check it out here. Kayo is a Taiwanese Canadian writer who explores hybrid identities, global citizenship, and the intersection of cultures. Read more about Kayo, and more of her work, here.

M.F.A Alumna, Danelle Lejeune, gets published in New York-based, interior decorating magazine, House Beautiful. Click here to read more about Danelle and her article.

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