Savoir Faire Literary/Art Magazine

Savoir Faire

Savoir Faire is a literary and visual art magazine published each spring and features original art, photographs, poetry, short stories, essays, and plays submitted by BPCC students. All contributions are welcomed.

Selections are made by a committee comprised of faculty and staff. All students whose work appears in the magazine will be honored at an evening gala towards the end of the spring semester. One winner will be selected from each of the visual art and literary art categories. The selected winners will receive a prize package worth $150!

Savoir Faire has received various awards for their accomplishments. The magazine has been awarded First Place and Best Overall Magazine in the 2019 Literary & Visual Arts Magazine Competition – All Regions, Small Colleges Division hosted by The Community College Humanities Association as well as Second Place in the 2017 Southern Region, Small Colleges Division and First Place in 2016 Southern Region, Small Colleges Division.

Copies of Savoir Faire Vol. 63, Fall 2019 to Spring 2021 can be found in the Office of Student Life in Building F. It is available for all BPCC students to pick up.

Congratulations to the writers and artists included in the latest edition, and a warm thank you to those who submitted work for potential publication. Cash prizes have been awarded in the following categories:


1. “Ode to Death” by Thomas Drygas

2. “Breaking Through” by Miranda Coffey

3. “Rain” by Nicole Landrum

Honorable Mention: “Love for Literature” by Lucas Norton

Visual Art

1. “Gloomy Heaven” by Arinzius Levine

2. “Apocalypse” by Madison Harper

3. “Portrait” by Imani Lamont

Cover Award - “After John Singer Sargent” by Eliana Miles

Contact Jonathan Brown ( or John Wagoner ( if you are listed as a prize winner. Include your current contact information (email, phone number and address) so that we can easily reach you.

Contact Information

Jonathan Brown
Assistant Professor
Savoir Faire Advisor (Literary Arts Submissions)

John Wagoner
Assistant Professor
Savoir Faire Advisor (Visual Art Submissions)