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.

Deep Center is on the hunt for Fall SCAD Writing Interns to volunteer to lead weekly writing workshops within Savannah’s public schools. Deep’s Writing Fellows are mentors, working in pairs to guide our fearless middle schoolers through an 11-week writing curriculum. With their support, our young people explore the ins and outs of creative writing, […]

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.

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Alumna Megan Balser (B.F.A., 2014) was featured on the SCAD Works blog about her position with the Lexington Foundation. Alumnus Jonathan Buckley (B.F.A., 2014) has written features for Broadly, including “Justin Bobby from ‘The Hills’ is still a man who wears boots to the beach.” Alumna Brianna Howarth (B.F.A., 2016) was featured in an article […]

M.F.A. alum Nikki Igbo has been writing regularly for Radiant Health Magazine and recently interviewed Orange is the New Black star Uzo Aduba. Nikki is also going to be one of the writers featured at the 2015 Letters Festival. Other authors will include Amelia Gray, Khadijah Queen, Dorthea Laskey, and Laura Theobald. The Letters Festival includes […]

SCAD organized a “Conversation with the Creatives” event at Refinery 29 in New York June 1. Writing department alumna Nicole Monforton (left) interviewed Refinery 29 editor-in-chief Christene Barberich (right) for the benefit of SCAD prospective students from the High School of Fashion Industries.

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