Andrea Goto

Andrea Goto

Andrea Goto

Andrea Goto

  • B.A., English, Western Washington University
  • M.A., literature and philosophy, Georgia Southern University
  • M.F.A., contemporary writing, Savannah College of Art and Design
First year at SCAD:
2011

"Helping writers discover their voice."

Credentials

Secured more than $1 million in grants for SCAD's endowment

Awards, recognition and honors

Outstanding Academic Achievement Award, SCAD, 2010; Graduate Student Fellowship, SCAD, 2007; Graduate Student Fellowship, Georgia Southern University, 2002; Graduate Student Professional Development Grant, Georgia Southern University, 2003

Publications and presentations

Publications
Co-authored Jamie Deen’s Good Food (Kyle Books, 2013)

  • “A Sapphire in the Rough,” Savannah magazine, May/June 2014
  • “Smooth Sailing,” Savannah WEDDINGS, Spring/Summer 2014
  • “The Mild, Wild West,” Savannah magazine, March/April 2014
  • “Bea is for Business,” Savannah magazine, January/February 2014
  • “Write On,” Savannah HOMES, Fall/Winter 2013/2014
  • “Sonny With a Change of Midnight,” Savannah magazine, March/April 2013
  • “Army Wives,” Savannah magazine, November/December 2013
  • “Eat These Words,” Savannah magazine, September/October 2013
  • “The Guardians,” Savannah magazine, July/August 2013
  • “Little Mrs. Manners,” Savannah magazine, May/June 2013
  • “Native Son,” Savannah magazine, May/June 2013
  • “New Kid on the Square,” Savannah magazine, May/June 2013
  • “Best in Show,” Savannah magazine, May/June 2013
  • “The Taste Makers,” Savannah magazine, May/June 2013
  • “Let’s Make a Toast,” Savannah magazine, May/June 2013
  • “Project Greenlight,” Savannah magazine HOMES, Spring/Summer 2013
  • “Trip Advisors,” Savannah magazine, March/April 2013
  • “Courting Cupid,” Savannah magazine, January/February 2013
  • “Inspired Ingénue,” Savannah magazine, January/February 2013
  • “The Detail Divas,” Savannah magazine, November/December 2012
  • “Space Invaders,” Savannah HOMES, Fall/Winter 2012/2013
  • “If Stones Could Talk,” Savannah magazine, September/October 2012
  • “Space Invaders,” Savannah magazine, September/October 2012
  • “Master of Disguise,” Savannah magazine, September/October 2012
  • “Skinny Dippin’,” Savannah magazine, July/August 2012
  • “WasSUP, Yoga?” Savannah magazine, July/August 2012
  • “In the Company of Fisherman,” Savannah magazine, July/August 2012
  • “Go Fly a Kite,” Savannah magazine, July/August 2012
  • “Drifting,” Savannah magazine, July/August 2012
  • “Editor’s Letter,” Savannah Weddings, Spring/Summer 2012
  • “Sunny with a Chance of Okra,” Savannah magazine, May/June 2012
  • “A One-Night Stand,” Savannah magazine, May/June 2012
  • “Savannah, Salted & Styled,” Savannah magazine, May/June 2012
  • “Trial by Tour,” Savannah magazine, March/April 2012
  • “And I’ll Tell You Why,” Outlet magazine, Winter 2011
  • “Father Christmas,” Document, 2010
  • “A Balancing Act,” South magazine, December 2009/January 2010
  • “A Home Away From Home,” South magazine, February/March 2009
  • “An Interview with Ty Pennington,” South magazine, February/March 2009
  • “Digging out of the Pigeonhole: African American Representation in the Plays of Suzan-Lori Parks,”  Suzan-Lori Parks: A Casebook, 2007
  • “In the Name of the [Faux] Father: The Influence of Abraham Lincoln in The America Play and Topdog/Underdog,” Studies in American Culture, 2003

Presented papers

  • "In the Name of the [Faux] Father: The Influence of Abraham Lincoln in 'The America Play' and 'Topdog/Underdog,'" The Popular Culture Association in the South/The American Culture Association in the South Conference, Atlantic Beach, 2003
  • "Compromised Feminism in Eve Ensler's 'The Vagina Monologues,'" The Popular Culture Association in the South/The American Culture Association in the South Conference, Atlantic Beach, 2005

Previous Positions

Associate editor, Savannah magazine; contributing writer, PaulaDeen.com; contributing writer, The South magazine; instructor, Georgia Southern University; development associate, SCAD; writing consultant, Western Washington University, Georgia Southern University

Courses Taught

  • WRIT 743 Business and Professional Writing
  • WRIT 703 Writing for New Media
  • WRIT 713 Nonfiction I
  • WRIT 455 Writing and New Media II
  • WRIT 355 Writing and New Media I
  • WRIT 255 Business and Professional Writing
  • SEQA 244 Comic Book Scripting