Listen in as Celeste Ng reads from and discusses her latest book, “Little Fires Everywhere” at SCAD Show on September 25. A question-and-answer session and book signing will follow. Ng’s debut novel, “Everything I Never Told You,” was a New York Times best-seller and named Amazon’s Best Book of 2014 as well as best book […]

Join this bestselling and highly acclaimed author on April 18th at 6:30 p.m. as she reads from and discusses her work. A book signing will follow. Both the reading and the signing will take place at Ivy Hall. A Fort Wayne, Indiana, native now based in Atlanta, Cullen has written a variety of historical fiction, […]

Join acclaimed journalist and author Ken Wheaton as he discusses his career and reads from his work. He will sign books following the event, which takes place at SCAD Atlanta’s Ivy Hall on April 6th at 6:30. Born and raised in Opelousas, Louisiana, Wheaton has published a variety of novels, such as “Bacon and Egg […]

  From multimedia journalism to gamification to nonlinear storytelling, emerging technologies are the latest frontier for today’s writers — and SCAD is a pioneer in preparing students for these ahead-of-the-curve careers. Join SCAD Atlanta writing faculty on March 10th at 1:30 for this interactive, hands-on workshop and see what you can create when you partner […]

          Meet acclaimed authors Julia Franks and Mark Beaver as they read from their latest releases, “Over the Plain Houses” and “Suburban Gospel.” The authors will sign books after the readings. A native of the Appalachian Mountains, Franks lives in Atlanta, where she teaches literature and runs Loose Canon, a site […]

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 […]

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 […]

  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 […]

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