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 […]

The President and Founder of the Savannah College of Art and Design, Paula Wallace, will be hosting an event at the SCAD Museum of Art tomorrow (Wednesday, April 12) night at 6:00 PM in which she will discuss her new memoir. Following the event will be a book signing. This is a free event held […]

Come support SCAD humor students as they read from recent work with their professor, Harrison Scott Key. The reading is this Friday, March 11, from 6-7pm at The Book Lady in Savannah. Harrison will also be signing copies of his book, The World’s Largest Man. If you enjoy laughing, then come support these young humorists […]

If you’ve been to Arnold Hall at the Savannah Campus in the past few days, you’ve probably seen or heard performance artist Tim Youd sitting at a desk right at the entrance, typing away on his typewriter. He has been typing out word for word the Flannery O’Connor novel, The Violent Bear it Away. He’s garnered […]

SCAD writing professor Harrison Scott Key will be speaking at the Write and Publish Your Book Conference on the campus of the University of Mississippi in Oxford, Mississippi, on April 7-8, and all SCAD students and alumni will be allowed to attend this conference at no charge (a $250 value for both days). Students and […]

All SCAD writing students, alumni, and friends are invited to the Savannah Book Festival this weekend, Sat., Feb. 13. All Saturday events are free. SCAD visiting professor of writing Gioia Diliberto will be speaking in the First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall (Chippewa Square) at 11:15am about her book, Diane von Furstenberg:  A Life Unwrapped and SCAD […]

Dec. 10 is the last day to submit your presentation proposals for the Radical Writes: Composition, Creative Writing and New Media Conference that will be held April 14-16, 2016. Any students in a graduate writing program can propose a presentation. Proposal abstracts must be sent to Dr. Missy Phegley at mphegley(at)semo(dot)edu and may be a […]

Writers in Savannah know the Seersucker Live name well for their reading series that brings local and national authors together on stage just about every month at local bars, bookstores, and other venues. This winter, they’re offering a unique set of writing workshops with Amelia Gray, Arna Bontemps Hemenway, and Patricia Lockwood. The application deadline […]

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