M.F.A. alumna Ariel Felton was recently featured in the Washington Post. “A born-and-raised Georgian,” the Post reports, “Ariel was lured to Savannah by memories of family vacations spent feeding birds in the squares, the promise of art school and the dream of writing in the city where Flannery O’Connor was born.” Click here to read […]

Check out M.F.A. student Araceli Cruz’s latest article! It appears on the homepage of New York magazine, sister publication to The Cut, who ” […] spoke to several DACA recipients from around the country, many of whom listened in on some of the justices’ questions and expressed skepticism about the court serving as their lifeline. […]

Join SCAD Writing alumnus Harrison Scott Key (M.F.A., 2013) for a Q&A and rollicking read from his critically acclaimed memoir, Congratulations, Who Are You Again? Monday, September 30, 2019 5pm – 6pm Arnold Hall Auditorium, 1810 Bull St., Savannah, GA “Like Flannery O’Connor meets Chuck Klosterman meets Seinfeld, Harrison Scott Key is one of Southern […]

Alumna Anne Royan (M.F.A. ’18) recently published her essay “Skin Hunger” in the premier literary journal, Creative Nonfiction. After leaving a job in the fashion department at Harper’s Bazaar in New York City, she spent many months traveling solo through the Himalayas. She taught English and poetry to monks in the Dalai Lama’s temple and to […]

Visit The Poets House in New York City tonight to hear SCAD Grad Danelle Lejuene (M.F.A. 2020) read from her first collection of poetry, Landlocked:Etymology  of  Whale  Fish  and  Grace  (Finishing Line Press).

Madelyn Brown (M.F.A) recently wrote “Making Medicine in the Mountains” for Mother Earth Living. Her other piece “Regimented Sheets” was published in this month’s issue of Oh Comely magazine. She has previously had her work published in TONIC by Vice. Jordan Wannemacher (B.A. Visual Communications) designed Oprah Winfrey’s latest book The Path Made Clear. Jordan […]

Caro Moya, Writing student at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), has been named winner of the 2018 Bee Bread Prize.  Her poem, “Unfiltered” was chosen from among many stories and poems submitted by SCAD students studying at the Lacoste campus this winter. This year’s judges were visiting author and instructor, Shawn Kerivan, and […]

Chantel Tattoli (M.F.A. 2013) wrote “Letter of Recommendation: Hot-Water Bottles” for The New York Times Magazine. Tattoli is editorial assistant at Condé Nast Traveler. The Southeast Missouri State University Press journal The Cape Rock will publish a poem by Carter Boyd (B.F.A., photography [writing minor], 2016). Savannah undergraduate student Elle Friedle was hired as a […]

Grad.Salon – eLearning via SCAD Connect Grad.Salon is an interdisciplinary event that gives graduate students the opportunity to showcase their in-process thesis or final project. The salon will feature 3 or 4 presenters who may talk about their research, studio work, or both. Feedback from students and faculty from various backgrounds is highly encouraged. This is a […]

This just in: Down & Out Books publishes latest novel by SCAD Writing Professor George Williams. The day Zoë turns fifteen, she ditches high school in Chandler, Arizona, and is picked up by Skelton, an elderly man driving a step van turned laboratory. He promises to teach the girl all he knows if Zoë trusts him to […]

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