December 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Shelley Danzy

After a 20-year broadcasting career, Shelley Danzy is pursuing her MFA in Writing at Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta. She has experience in business writing, copy writing and ghostwriting. Shelley is an admirer of inspirations, quotes, handwritten notes, indie bookstores, and quirky thrift store finds. Mid-Life Strife: How to be perfectly okContinue reading “December 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Shelley Danzy”

November 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Brittany Joyce

Brittany Joyce is an artist and writer currently studying at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta, Ga. After stints in Virginia, North Carolina and New York, she’s found a home in Atlanta where she writes for Paste Magazine and Aviary Organic Beauty Collective. Believing in Tiny Bursts I believe in human connection. NotContinue reading “November 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Brittany Joyce”

October 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Jarrod Fouts

Jarrod Fouts is a native Georgian and a student at SCAD Atlanta where he is working toward his B.F.A. in Writing. He has a strange fascination with horror, the occult, and other spooky things. He hopes to be published one day and that he will find his true love, start a family, have some dogs,Continue reading “October 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Jarrod Fouts”

September 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Joanna Kauffmann

After a childhood in Virginia, college in New Orleans, a brief stint as a reporter in Arkansas and two years in the never-dull PR industry of Washington, D.C., Joanna has made her return to the south to pursue her MFA in Writing at SCAD. Joanna’s writing is fueled by coffee and Diet Coke; inspired byContinue reading “September 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Joanna Kauffmann”

June 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Manseen Logan

Manseen Logan is a Liberian-American writer whose writings are filled with themes that focus on self-identity, family history, and trending topics. She lives by the motto of her alma mater, Clark University, “Challenge Conventions, Change the World.” Currently, Manseen is working on her Masters in Writing at the Savannah College of Art & Design. TheContinue reading “June 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Manseen Logan”

May 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Molly Paschal

Molly Paschal is a native Atlantan whose family is as much a part of the landscape as the ribbon of highways weaving through it.  She has never left the area permanently, though she claims to have tried several times.  Now firmly rooted in her home and community in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains,Continue reading “May 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Molly Paschal”

April 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Cassidy Russell

Cassidy Russell, originally from Seattle, is in her last quarter in the MFA printmaking program at SCAD. She received a BFA in printmaking from the University of Notre Dame, where she was awarded the statewide Efromyson Emerging Artist Award. She has since worked for multiple design companies and letterpress shops – including Hatch Show PrintContinue reading “April 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Cassidy Russell”

March 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Katie Miller

Katie Miller is a sophomore at SCAD Atlanta and is working towards a B.F.A. in writing. She cherishes quiet places, handmade journals, and anything that’s good and lovely. With a passion for many of the arts, she has found her niche in writing and hopes to use her talents to inspire and promote positivity. You It’s you. Continue reading “March 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Katie Miller”

February 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Rudy Hardie

Rudy Hardie is an M.F.A. student at SCAD. He hopes to begin a career as an actor/producer upon graduation. Prior to SCAD, Rudy spent nearly three seasons in the National Football League as a defensive end for the Detroit Lions and Indianapolis Colts. Rudy is also a lifestyle photographer. When he’s not writing scripts orContinue reading “February 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Rudy Hardie”

January 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Dana J. Hortman

Born and raised in rural southwest Georgia, Dana J. Hortman is a 26-year-old Southern belle living in the heart of Atlanta while pursuing an MFA degree in Writing. She constantly abides by a quote her favorite author Candace Bushnell once said: “A writer must be fearless. A writer has to be like a clawed animal.” Every MileContinue reading “January 2014: Ivy Hall Review Features Dana J. Hortman”