Come to SCAD Museum of Art to hear writing professors George Williams and Jonathan Rabb read excerpts from their latest novels. After the reading, audience members will have the chance to ask the authors questions and have their books signed. Books will be available for sale on site. In Rabb’s “Among the Living,” concentration camp survivor Yitzhak Goldah […]

Fishman is the critically acclaimed author of “Inheriting Edith,” “Driving Lessons,” “Saving Ruth” and “Balancing Acts.” She will read from “Inheriting Edith,” and a Q-and-A session and book signing will follow. Her books have been translated into Hebrew, German, Italian, Dutch and Polish and earned a myriad of awards, including an Indie Next List pick […]

Are you a storyteller? Want to be one? Study the craft of character, plot, setting and voice with short story writer and editor Lee Griffith. Winter | M, W | 5pm – 7:30pm | Arnold Hall 224 Register for: WRIT 705 Techniques of Fiction Open to all Graduate Students, All Majors. No Pre-reqs.  

Catch a roundtable with this award-winning Atlanta-based food writer as he reviews his career and provides advice on breaking into the world of culinary commentary. Currently a dining critic for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Williams previously served as culture editor for Creative Loafing and deputy food editor of Atlanta magazine. He’s also written for several other […]

Meet SCAD Writing Professor Jonathan Rabb and listen to him read from his new, acclaimed novel, Among the Living. “Jonathan Rabb is one of my favorite writers, a highly gifted heart-wise storyteller if ever there was one.” —David McCullough, Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award recipient   10/22/16                Savannah, GA: Book Lady Bookstore/Signing at 12:00 pm 10/24/16                Houston, TX: […]

  Interested in writing for The Bitter Southerner? Then join SCAD Atlanta’s writing department for a roundtable discussion with The Bitter Southerner’s founder and editor Chuck Reece on October 19th at 5:00 p.m. Forbes says The Bitter Southerner “might be the Vice of the south,” and Southern Living included The Bitter Southerner in its “50 […]

On Friday, October 14, 7pm at SCAD’s Ivy Hall, Raphael Rubinstein will perform A Geniza, “a poem of fragmented fragments pertaining to Edmond Jabès, Uum Kalsoum, Leila Mourad and other former and current citizens of Cairo, Egypt” that delves into the history of Cairo as a multi-ethnic, cosmopolitan and contested site. Each reading of the […]

When Room was published in 2010, it wasn’t long before the book became an international bestseller, a finalist for numerous literary prizes, and the inspiration for what would become an Academy Award-nominated movie. Now, Room’s author offers up her latest masterpiece, The Wonder, in which an English nurse is brought to a small Irish village […]

SCAD Students from all class levels and majors are invited to a two-day media conference featuring industry leaders from the fields of print journalism, broadcasting and graphic design. The event is set for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, September 30, and Saturday, October 1, at the SCAD Museum of Art. There is no […]

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 […]

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