Augusta Chronicle: Writing talents took root here, continue to grow

Today, Stephen Vincent Benét, author of “The Devil and Daniel Webster,” is regarded as one of the greatest writers of American antiquity.

But did you know he once lived on the Summerville Campus?

Were you ever curious how the Sand Hills Literary Magazine got its name? Or how the Sandhills Writers Conference came to be?

The Augusta Chronicle sat down with Walter Evans recently to discuss the history of literacy and literary excellence at Georgia Regents University, and it’s quite the tale.

To read the full article on the Augusta Chronicle’s website, click here.

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