AWP is currently accepting applications to work with them as a volunteer during their conference and book fair. For students who have been planning on attending, AWP will provide free conference registration in exchange for about four hours of your time. On the application page, you can pick which day(s) you’re willing to work and […]

Join Professor James Lough in a reading, Q-and-A, and book signing celebrating his newest book, “Short Flights: Thirty Two Modern Writers Share Aphorisms of Insight , Inspiration, and Wit.” This anthology is filled with witty, some humorous, aphorisms from writers spanning many genres. The event will be taking place on Nov. 4 at the SCAD […]

Visiting Poet

October 20, 2015 | Leave a Comment

For all of you interested in poetry, poet Jim Moore will be giving a lecture at the SCAD Museum of Art Theater on Thursday, oct. 22 at 5 PM.  He’ll be discussing his book, Underground; New and Selected Poems. This is a great extra opportunity for writing students who already enjoy poetry or want to learn […]

    Brad Thor (NY Times #1 best selling author of Code of Conduct among many other thriller titles) will be a guest at the Savannah Book Festival this year. On Nov. 5 at 6:00 pm, SCAD students are invited to An Evening with Brad Thor and may attend for free. It’s a wonderful opportunity […]

Writers of the World

September 30, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Author of the bestselling novel The War of the Roses, Warren Adler, is launching a campaign allowing creative writers to submit their personal stories about why they began writing and why it’s emotionally significant to them. Contributions only need to be a paragraph (about 150-250 words is best) about why they began writing. They will […]

Scribble to Screen #1  Finding Neverland Jason Fuchs guides you through his experience retelling Peter Pan in the new Warner Bros. fantasy adventure, PAN. The panel will take place at the SCAD Museum of Art on Sunday Oct. 25 at 11 am. Scribble to Screen #2:  Behind the Belchers Writers Nora Smith and Heidi Schleisinger […]

Exit 271: Your Georgia Writer’s Resource looking for submissions The Georgia Writers Association is looking for fiction, creative nonfiction, articles, and poetry for their new digital magazine. Submissions should be previously unpublished work and sent to editors@georgiawriters.org by Oct. 25. You may submit up to 3 poems and 2 short fiction or creative nonfiction pieces. […]

Join editor and alumna writing mentor Beth Goers Taylor (B.F.A., writing, 2008) for an informal review of your portfolio Monday morning. Bring along your unpublished work, clippings, résumé, cover letter—anything you’d like reviewed by an industry insider. Or just swing by to chat. Beth is here to give you tips on publishing, searching for jobs and […]

Interested in learning more about SCAD Writing? Join us for breakfast at AWP! Current SCAD writers, professors, and students will be available to talk about our undergraduate, graduate, degree and certificate programs. Shoot the breeze, learn about SCAD and our Savannah, Atlanta, Hong Kong and Lacoste, France campuses. It’s free and open to all AWP […]

BuzzFeed’s Emerging Writers Fellowship is designed to give writers of great promise the support, mentorship, and experience necessary to take a transformative step forward in their careers. During the four-month program, the writers in this fellowship will benefit from career mentorship and editorial guidance while receiving financial support. These writers will focus on personal essay […]

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