Join your friends and colleagues at Seersucker Live, a literary event complete with comedy, music and culture. Root, razz, and quiz your professors Beth Concepcion, Andrea Goto, Lee Griffith, Harrison Key, Mary Kim, James Lough, Angela Merta, Jonathan Rabb, and George Williams, who will be reading and competing in whatever shenanigans Seersucker founders and hosts Christopher Berinato and […]

The Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance (SIBA) is hosting their annual conference this weekend in Savannah, and SCAD Writers are invited to a free event. The conference is where booksellers discover new authors and books to sell for the coming year. On Friday night, SIBA is hosting a show with live music and readings–including one from your professor […]

Raycom Media seeks writers Raycom Media will be at SCAD in Savannah on Oct. 24 to conduct interviews for a variety of positions, including writing. See SCAD Job Portal number 3176491 for more information. The deadline is Oct. 17 for the posting. Raycom Media is one of the nation’s largest privately owned broadcasters and owns […]

SCAD seeks Writing alumni to compose, review and edit content for SCAD eLearning courses across the curriculum. In this full-time position, you will collaborate with design teams on the overall design and development of online courses; interview course subject-matter experts across the university; write content; review and copyedit eLearning courses. You will also serve as the final […]

All Writing graduate students are invited this Tuesday to: – Meet your colleagues. There will be new students, continuing students, eLearning students, and Savannah on-ground students there. – Ask your graduate coordinator questions about the 45-hour review process. – Ask your graduate coordinator questions about your thesis defense. – Learn about Grad Salon. – Learn about internship […]

Join SCAD professors, an MFA alum, a current student, and a Harper Perennial editor for their panel presentation at AWP this Thursday: Laugh to Keep from Crying: Using Humor to Write Through Pain Knock, knock. Who’s there? Searing emotional trauma! Emerging and established authors and editors will discuss using humor to explore painful subjects, including […]

Santa Ana River Review The Santa Ana River Review (formerly known as Crate) is the official literary journal for the University of California Riverside’s MFA program in Creative Writing for the Performing Arts. They are looking for fiction, poetry, non-fiction, dramatic work and visual art for their spring 2016 issue. The deadline to submit is […]

Contests

February 12, 2016 | Leave a Comment

Don’t Talk to Me About Love  Don’t Talk to Me About Love is hosting a debut contest in which they are asking writers to write about what love means to them. In no more than 2,000 words of fiction or nonfiction or 75 lines of poetry (up to 3 poems total), write about romantic, platonic, parental […]

DOCUMENT Reading Friday Feb. 12, 2016 is the official release date for the graduate student journal DOCUMENT. There will be a release party hosted at the Gutstein Gallery on that day at 4:30 pm. You can pick up a free copy of DOCUMENT at this event and refreshments will be served there. Students whose work has […]

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 […]

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