Calling all poets and writers! “Speak Your Piece,” SCAD’s only spoken word and short story program, seeks your submissions for Winter and Spring quarters. Speak Your Piece is a show designed to showcase local writing talent from Savannah. Read your work on-air and chat with DJ Lock about craft and your writing process. Submissions are open to everyone in […]

Memoirist and fiction writer Bernard Cooper will read excerpts from his most recent book, “My Avant-Garde Education,” which explores the questions raised not just by life, but also by the pursuit of art. Is it possible for creativity to redeem us? Can we declare ourselves in some essential sense not only in what we do, […]

You are invited to meet bestselling author Jonathan Odell and Civil Rights icon Margaret Block. Jonathan Odell’s new novel, “Miss Hazel and the Rosa Parks League” (Maiden Lane Press) pays tribute to the unsung heroes of the Civil Rights Movement, the brave women who took a stand against the violent onslaught of white resistance. Making a rare appearance will be Margaret Block, veteran […]

Attention, writers! You’re invited to an informal lecture by writer Dana Thomas, author of the new double-biography Gods and Kings: The Rise and Fall of Alexander McQueen and John Galliano. When: Thursday, Feb. 5, 5:00 p.m. Where: Arnold Hall room 139 (Savannah) Title: “The Clash Between Art and Commerce in a Global Business World” About […]

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  Career Adviser Kelly Tucker will be hosting the following career development workshops this winter. Please RSVP for any of the workshops through the SCAD Job Portal under the Events > Workshops tab. Understanding the Cover Letter Friday, Jan. 30 Bradley Hall, Room 114 4-5 pm All Major Interview Prep Workshop Friday, Feb. 6 Student […]

Visiting writer Richard Babcock, an acknowledged techno-phobe, has nonetheless made several successful forays into digital publishing. This month he releases “Autopsy: A Love Story,” through Kindle Singles. Join this Amazon best-selling author as he reads from his new work and answers your questions about writing and publishing across digital and print platforms. Time: 5 p.m. […]

Is your Word Processing software just not cutting it anymore? Join Professor Lee Griffith for an introduction to inexpensive but robust software useful to anyone writing or researching large projects this winter break and quarter–we’re looking at you thesis writers! Learn how writers use Scrivener, Aeon Timeline, and Scapple software to: – Brainstorm and mind-map ideas […]

WHAT: Join writer Harrison Scott Key and his SCAD humor students for a reading of recent work, where they tell the uncomfortable truths of the world around them. Nothing’s off limits: from race in America to; from the world of art to the realm of fake IDs. If you enjoy the work of James Thurber, Woody […]

Portland Review Submissions Portland Review is now open for submissions to the winter 2015 issue until December 1, 2014. They are looking for fine-crafted fiction, poetry, nonfiction, art and blends of these for print and web publication. This year they are also accepting outside reviews of books and other materials. Contributing authors and artists receive […]

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