Fiction International Fiction International is accepting submissions to their upcoming issue until Feb. 15, 2016. The theme is taboo and works should have something to do with that theme. They are accepting fiction, non-fiction and indeterminate prose up to 5,500 words and also visuals. You can read some examples of past work that has been […]

Events

January 25, 2016 | Leave a Comment

Kevin McCarey’s Book Release Kevin McCarey’s new book, “Oceans Apart,” is launching Saturday Jan. 30. From 5-7PM at the Grays Reef Ocean Film Fest hosted at the Lucas Theater, you can purchase a copy of the book and get it signed by the author. The book is a memoir about sailing on American merchant ships and […]

GOOD NEWS! Two SCAD writing students have been nominated for the AWP Intro Journals Project Award: Tonesa Jones for her short story, “Summer of the Frogs” Anne Royan for her piece of creative nonfiction, “Borrowed Gardens.” The pieces will compete with other nominated work from around the country for $100 honorariums in fiction and creative nonfiction, and for publication in […]

Funding Available!

December 14, 2015 | Leave a Comment

The Savannah writing department is pleased to announce the availability of funds for writing students seeking to submit their best work to literary contests and residencies. How does it work? 1. Submit your best work to a reputable publisher, journal or magazine’s writing contest, grant or residency competition. 2. Pay the contest entry fee (which […]

Currently, there is no one signed up for Techniques of Fiction Writing with Professor Rabb at the Savannah campus for winter quarter. In this class, students will learn about different techniques in storytelling, characterization, scene-building and point-of-view. In the class, students will hone their fiction-writing skills while being exposed to works of major fiction writers. This […]

The Artifice is an online magazine that covers a wide spectrum of art forms. It’s collaboratively built by writers and is structured to allow writers to focus on the quality of content while the site deals with exposure of that content to an audience. They’re interested in work that focuses on movies, TV, anime, art, […]

Join Professor James Lough in a reading, Q-and-A, and book signing celebrating his newest book, “Short Flights: Thirty Two Modern Writers Share Aphorisms of Insight , Inspiration, and Wit.” This anthology is filled with witty, some humorous, aphorisms from writers spanning many genres. The event will be taking place on Nov. 4 at the SCAD […]

Grad.Salon

October 19, 2015 | Leave a Comment

On Nov. 5, the annual Grad.Salon will take place. Grad.Salon is a great way for graduate students to present their in-progress thesis in front of faculty and classmates. They can look at a thesis at any stage in the process and provide feedback on what’s looking good and what could use some more work. 3-4 […]

American Chordata, a new literary magazine, is looking for short works of original fiction, nonfiction and poetry. They also welcome art and photography submissions. The deadline for Issue Two is this Friday, July 31. Read the submission guidelines for more information. (Note: One of the cofounders, Zach Fruit, is originally from Savannah.)

SCAD Writing professor Harrison Scott Key is barnstorming across the North American landmass this summer, in support of his new memoir, The World’s Largest Man, and the second leg of his tour kicks off next week. His book talks are fun, free, weird, and sometimes include prizes, so if you’re in any of these areas, […]

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