November 2015: Ivy Hall Review Features Lexa Strong

Lexa Strong is a sophomore at SCAD majoring in illustration and minoring in creative writing. She draws inspiration from fairytales and folklore and has a passion for cats. Breadcrumb Trail The night my brother Mikey came home drunk and laid a finger on my baby sister was the night I told her to pack herContinue reading “November 2015: Ivy Hall Review Features Lexa Strong”

October 2015: Ivy Hall Review Features Carmen Lehtimaki

Carmen is an MFA writing student with a growing interest in copywriting and marketing. She currently works as a content creator for social media and will usually be found with a journal in one hand and sipping sweet tea with the other. Church I hated going to Church as a kid. Bible study and choirContinue reading “October 2015: Ivy Hall Review Features Carmen Lehtimaki”

May 2015: Ivy Hall Review Features Jen Schwartz

Jen Schwartz is writing major at SCAD Atlanta and an all-around ridiculous person. Her passions include pizza, feminism, horror, and petting every dog she sees. Confessions of a Non-Girlfriend Sitting at a table during the Senior Banquet with my family and closest friends, Colin’s table is conveniently behind mine. Naturally, we can’t keep our handsContinue reading “May 2015: Ivy Hall Review Features Jen Schwartz”

April 2015: Ivy Hall Review Features Emme Raus

Emme Raus enjoys writing realistic and historical fiction that gives readers a sense of hope. An outspoken young woman, she is also the co-copy editor for SCAD Connector and SCAN magazine and won first place for Best Column 2015 with Jen Schwartz at the Georgia College Scholastic Press Awards. Mini Mermaid Found in Tuna SandwichContinue reading “April 2015: Ivy Hall Review Features Emme Raus”

March 2015: Ivy Hall Review Features Tonesa Jones

A Birmingham, Alabama native, Tonesa Jones received her undergraduate degree in creative writing from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2013. She is currently a writing MFA candidate at Savannah College of Art and Design. When Black Hair Burns “Andre Walker, a stylist and author of Andre Talks Hair, has created a classification systemContinue reading “March 2015: Ivy Hall Review Features Tonesa Jones”

February 2015: Ivy Hall Review Features Rebecca Arrowsmith

Rebecca Arrowsmith is a student at SCAD in Atlanta. Her love for stories comes from dissecting movies, admiring musicals and turning pages. After dabbling in several creative subjects, only writing turned her into a fervent artist who’s running out of computer space and should probably write in notebooks anyway. Story of an Hour and aContinue reading “February 2015: Ivy Hall Review Features Rebecca Arrowsmith”

January 2015: Ivy Hall Review Features Jared Steinberg

Jared Steinberg (pen name I.J. Steinberg) is a New England-born multimedia writer whose love of prose and poetry is matched only by his love for deep-dish pizza and Pokémon. Jared is a student of the beats and has read everything from Kerouac to Ginsberg. On the Spectrum I never thought I would have one. MostContinue reading “January 2015: Ivy Hall Review Features Jared Steinberg”