Three great events taking place at the ACA Library at SCAD Atlanta. May 12 // Break the Stereotype! Thursday, 11:00am-1:00pm, ACA Library, Room 413 This workshop will engage you in the process of developing exciting, authentic characters for a storytelling medium of your choice. Learn how research and reflection can help you avoid stereotypes and […]

Friday May 13, the Writer’s Studio at the Savannah Campus is hosting a World Building Workshop! This workshop will focus on the essentials of building fictional worlds in science fiction, fantasy, and other “imaginative” genres. The workshop will take place in room 220 at the Jen Library and will start at 1:00 pm. If you […]

Catch this presentation with Virginia Heffernan for a unique look at how the Internet’s true cultural and societal impact often eludes us even with today’s technological growth. Heffernan’s adept writing and singular ideas make her a sought-after speaker on how to leverage the Internet’s intrinsic capabilities for cultural, political and professional purposes. With journalism experience […]

From comedian and journalist Faith Salie, of NPR’s Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! and CBS News Sunday Morning, a collection of daring, funny essays chronicling the author’s adventures during her lifelong quest for approval Faith Salie has done it all in the name of validation. Whether it’s trying to impress her parents with a perfect GPA, […]

Spring quarter is off to a great start and so is the Ivy Hall Writers Series. Our first guest was writer, editor and speaker, Ashley C. Ford, who led workshops in two writing classes and attended a dinner with students and faculty. In addition to her freelance assignments, Ford is writing a memoir, is co-editing […]

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 […]

Elk River Writers Workshop 2016 The Elk River Writers Workshop takes place in beautiful southwest Montana in historic Chico  Hot Springs between Yellowstone and Livingston. It is a 4-day seminar taking place on August 8-11. Accepted students are able to pick their own workshop formats and faculty members to work with during the program. The […]

Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing Applications for the Wisconsin Institute’s Poetry and Fiction Fellowships for 2016-2017 will close on Feb. 29. Eligible students would be ones graduating from an MFA program in Writing by Aug. 15, 2016 and cannot be enrolled in any other degree granting program of study during their fellowship year. Applicants may […]

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 […]

AWP Conference and Submissions The Association of Writers and Writing Programs is currently accepting submissions in poetry, nonfiction and fiction. The winners in each category will receive $500 that may be placed towards the cost of attendance at any of their festivals, retreats or other activities. They’ll be hosting a Tweet chat on Feb 16 […]

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