Stories by Joseph Litsch
Upon graduating from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor
of Arts in Journalism, Joseph Litsch was hired as a sports writer for The Atlanta Journal, where he worked for seven years before moving on to Atlanta Magazine for one year and The Atlanta
Constitution for six as a sports writer, feature writer and movie/theater critic. From there he worked in publicity and public relations and was unit publicist for several films before joining the industry as a set decorator. He earned an Emmy nomination for his first film as a decorator, and since then has earned three Emmy nominations and
one Art Directors Guild nomination. In 1995 he won an Emmy for the
television mini-series Scarlett, the sequel to Gone with the Wind.