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Where y'at? February 10, 2021

The long and short of it:

Call for submissions for our Special June Issue in honor of Juneteenth:

Are you a Black writer or artist who has a story about or related to Juneteenth or the overarching theme, "Black Stories"? We'd love to review your work!

Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Flash, Visual Art

Submissions open now on
Submittable until April 30.

Looking forward to reading your work!
We are looking for ARC readers for MotherLove. If you would like to read and review this title for us, please email us: pr@sfkmultimedia.com
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In Case Y'all Missed It

The New Southern Fugitives Volume 4, Issue 3: What does it mean to be Black in America?

For our third issue of Volume 4, we are listening to Black writers and artists.

In "The Pain Eater," DW McKinney's final shrot fiction of her web residencey with TNSF, main character Frankie experiences mysterious pains as she tries to swallow her sorrow over the murder of Black Americans.
Rochell Spencer's flash fiction, "But I like Hell," gives us a snapshot of a young Black aspiring architect's experience in an almost all White classroom.
Britnie Walston's two abstract art pieces, "Earth in Distress" and "Beautiful Treasure" remind us of our interconnectedness, how, ultimately, whatever mess or beauty we create, we are all in this together.
In "If God Permitted Pirates on the Mississippi," Matthew Johnson uses rhythmic language to evoke a sense of equal Destitution in the face of unyielding oppression from the powerful.
Lastly, Carmin Wong's poem, "Black." is a love letter to Blackness, a triumphant song of who and what and all the myriad things that Black is and can be.


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