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 […]

Writing Competition

November 20, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Winter Soup Bowl Chapbook competition C&R Press is hosting their Winter Soup Bowl Chapbook competition! The competition is geared towards emerging writers who are developing new works. They will publish 1-3 chapbooks of poetry, short stories or other types of literary work. Soup Bowl Chapbooks should be between 20-36 pages of material and the competition […]

Masud Olufani, one of SCAD’s Atelier artists in residence, is inviting anyone in the SCAD community to participate in his multi-media sculptural installed called “Chorus of Memory.” The process will involve scripting and recording each participant’s family genealogy. The 200 collected recordings will make the conceptual foundation of his finished work. He will be available […]

Eggtooth Editions is holding their first ever chapbook contest in conjunction with Northern Arizona Book Festival and Narrow Chimney Press. This contest is open to any writer who has not previously published a full-length book (defined here as a solely authored work more than 50 pages that includes self-publishing). They’re accepting unpublished works in any […]

Don’t forget! Thriller writer, Brad Thor, will be coming to the Savannah Book Festival this year. An Evening with Brad Thor is free for all SCAD students to attend with their ID. Make sure to send an email to Professor Jonathan Rabb <jrabb@scad.edu> to let him know you’re interested and make sure tickets are set […]

Want to learn what it’s like to work at CNN? Interested in becoming an award-winning journalist? Please join us on November 3rd at 6:30 at Ivy Hall to hear from Thomas Lake, an award-winning literary journalist and enterprise writer for CNN Politics. Before joining CNN, Lake was a senior writer for Sports Illustrated and a […]

Join Christene Barberich, editor-in-chief and founding partner of Refinery29, and Michael Fink, SCAD dean of fashion, for an exclusive conversation about the power and influence of social media on the fashion industry. Prior to launching Refinery29 in 2005, Barberich held roles at Gourmet magazine, The Daily and The New Yorker magazine. She is also author […]

Ivy Hall is pleased to welcome Betsy Teter, executive director of Hub City Press, a non-profit independent press in Spartanburg, SC. Hub City Press is known for publishing “well-crafted, high-quality works by new and established Southern authors.” Ms. Teter will be giving two presentations while at SCAD Atlanta. Interested in publishing your work with a […]

Ellis Jones, editor-in-chief of VICE magazine, spent the day at SCAD Atlanta on October 9th. She visited with Professor Iredell’s CREA 362 and WRIT 705 students before talking to a full house at SCAD Atlanta’s Digital Media Center. M.F.A. writing student Scott Russell, who served as the moderator of Jones’ talk, summed up the day […]

Port City Review, SCAD’s annual student-curated arts journal, is continuing to accept submissions from now until Friday Oct. 16 at 5 pm. Work from pretty much any major is accepted for review. There’s a print journal and a digital journal, so digital work can also be submitted. The Port City Review is unlike any other […]

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