May 2020: Ivy Hall Review Features Anastasia Carrow

Anastasia was born in Budapest, Hungary, and has lived in quite a few states within the U.S. She loves writing fiction and tries to incorporate humanity—and maybe a little humor—into each of her stories. Currently, she’s a writing student at SCAD’s Atlanta campus. After that, she plans to go abroad for graduate school. Fish FischerContinue reading “May 2020: Ivy Hall Review Features Anastasia Carrow”

April 2020: Ivy Hall Review Features Epiphany Dames

Epiphany was born and raised in Nassau, an island in the archipelago of The Bahamas. She spent much of her life surrounded by beautiful oceans and a world full of endless possibilities. Life in all its twists and turns took her to the University of the West Indies in Trinidad & Tobago where she spentContinue reading “April 2020: Ivy Hall Review Features Epiphany Dames”

January 2020: Ivy Hall Review Features Caitlin Havens

Caitlin is a fourth-year student pursuing a degree in writing. The primary goal of her stories is to convey emotion, good or bad, and allow her audience to fall in love with the feeling. After graduation, Caitlin would like to work with entertainment writing. Script writing for TV, radio, or film have always been aContinue reading “January 2020: Ivy Hall Review Features Caitlin Havens”

November 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Marian Hill

Marian Hill is a senior in the Writing and Photography programs at SCAD, and she strives to be a photojournalist and novelist. With storytelling at the base of both her writing and photography, she often incorporates both into many of her projects. Her travels around the world have shaped her style and interests in writingContinue reading “November 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Marian Hill”

August 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Rachita Vasandani

Rachita Vasandani is a senior in SCAD Atlanta’s writing program. She enjoys reading, writing, and the company of her cat. She aims to get a PhD in writing, and eventually live a secluded life in Hawai’i. Weightless It was 2015. I was 18 years and 2 months old. I weighed 121.24 pounds. 4 months fromContinue reading “August 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Rachita Vasandani”

June 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Tyler Rheaves

Tyler Rheaves, 22, is from Georgia and attends the  Savannah College of Art and Design. Tyler majors in Writing and with a minor in Dramatic Writing. She mainly produces script writings for TV, film, and plays. Fried Chicken “Mama, why my nose gotta be so big?”  Rae takes a piece of cloth from the kitchenContinue reading “June 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Tyler Rheaves”

May 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Lila Dostal

Lila Dostal is a graduate writing student at SCAD. With over six years experience in the field, she has authored several online publications focused around social stigmas in Victorian-era England. She has served as the Graduate Editor of the Ivy Hall Review since January of 2018. This publication serves as her farewell piece to theContinue reading “May 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Lila Dostal”

April 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Alejandro Bastidas

Alejandro Bastidas is an author who utilizes his personal discoveries as his ink. Through fictional worlds and characters, he is able to illustrate human conditions that he’s lived through, grown from, and now wishes to project them in a universal and relatable manner–with an entertaining twist. Born in Cali, Colombia, his writing projects the flavorContinue reading “April 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Alejandro Bastidas”

March 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Manav Chordia

Manav Chordia, 19, is a writer and poet from Chennai, India. He is currently studying to obtain his Bachelor’s degree. Through his writing, Manav experiments with the bounds of acceptable content. How to be a Nymphomaniac Today will be a hard day for you. You’ll hope that you can make it out in one piece,Continue reading “March 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Manav Chordia”

February 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Kelly Quintana

Kelly Quintana is a 21-year-old student at Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta. She is studying to get her bachelors in writing. She has been writing fiction since she was in middle school. Kelly was born in Pasadena, California. Sunflowers She remembers the sunflowers. They were stars to her when she’d lay onContinue reading “February 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Kelly Quintana”

January 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Maggie Schneider

Maggie is a third-year writing student and a singer/songwriter currently recording her first full-length album. She’s had the opportunity to open for nationally touring artists and bands over the past 4 years, and played a date at the final cross-country run of the Vans Warped Tour this past summer. Maggie is looking forward to pouring moreContinue reading “January 2019: Ivy Hall Review Features Maggie Schneider”

December 2018: Ivy Hall Review Features Elliot Casteel

Elliot is a sophomore at SCAD and has been writing most of his life. His biggest inspiration is his mother, who is a published author and freelance writer, and has encouraged him in everything he does. Elliot seeks to challenge societal norms in the beauty industry and social media, battling for a more accepting andContinue reading “December 2018: Ivy Hall Review Features Elliot Casteel”