Ivy Hall is located at 179 Ponce de Leon Avenue. Orginally built 1883, Ivy Hall re-opened as the SCAD Writing Center in October 2008.
On Thursday, Jan. 31, Mullen, who was awarded “Best Debut Novel of 2006” by USA Today for his first authorship, “The Last Town on Earth,” will discuss recently released novel, "The Revisionist," which Publisher's weekly calls an “excellent thriller."
Pulitzer Prize and PEN/Faulkner award-winning author, Ford, will appear on Feb. 7 to discuss Canada, among many titles. Ford's long list of acclaimed novels, including "Independence Day," have garnered praise and attention from The New York Times and Time magazine.
Ramsey, who is set to conclude the series on Feb. 28, was also recognized in The New York Times for his latest novel “The Green Book.” Not only a writer, Ramsey's artwork extends to playwright, photographer and folk art painter.
No advanced tickets or RSVP needed. Each discussion is open to the public with the cost of admission and free for SCAD students, faculty. A book sale will follow the lecture, and a book signing is available with purchase of a book.
For more information, visit scad.edu/ivyhall or call 404-253-3206.