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 […]

WSAV interviewed Kristine K. Stevens (M.F.A., 2011), about her nonfiction travel book, “If Your Dream Doesn’t Scare You, It Isn’t Big Enough: A Solo Journey Around the World.” The segment aired Sept. 25 at noon.   Local Author Day will be held Oct. 5, 12-4 p.m., at The Book Lady Bookstore, 6 Liberty St. in […]

Savannah accolades

September 17, 2013 | Leave a Comment

Graduate student Stephen Drum wrote “Truvada Truths: The Money’s in the Medicine” for the Huffington Post. Alumna Anna Geannopoulos (B.F.A., 2012) has been promoted to assistant account executive at Waggener Edstrom. Professor James Lough, Ph.D., delivered a TEDx talk, “Bohemians, an Endangered Species” at TEDx Upper East Side, the Embassy at the Czech Republic, New […]

Savannah professor James Lough’s new book, “This Ain’t No Holiday Inn: Down and Out at the Chelsea Hotel 1980-1995,” was reviewed in Publishers Weekly. Undergraduate student Leslie Tumbaco has been hired to write movie reviews for Metaleater magazine. Undergraduate student Augusta Statz is completing an internship with South magazine this summer. Graduate student Allison K. […]

Savannah professor James Lough’s new book, “This Ain’t No Holiday Inn: Down and Out at the Chelsea Hotel 1980-1995,” was the subject of an article in the New York Post, “Check out time.” He also was interviewed for an article in the Savannah Morning News. The Savannah Morning News also featured an article about alumna […]

Undergraduate student Aubrey Allison is the web and marketing intern at Art House Dallas. McSweeney’s Internet Tendency printed a piece by graduate student Allison Brooks, “Lyrics to Taylor Swift’s ’22’ vs. How 22-Year-Olds Actually Feel,” on June 11. Undergraduate student Jonathan Buckley is interning at Scholastic and CR Fashion Book this summer. Gibbs-Smith Publishers has […]

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