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Where y'at? February 6, 2019

Read About our Forthcoming Book, Author Events, and ChantLanta!

Then Listen to Episode 5 of our Podcast, Fugitive Voices!


Dance Your Way Through Calamity in The Caretaker

Sarah Gordon had spent her life seeking and achieving a place in the world of professional ballet. Then a car accident took her left leg. Nearly 30 years old, she now must reinvent herself…and rewrite the rules of her marriage.

“I wanted to write about a young marriage that is in trouble and see if the two parties can figure out how to do things better before all hope is lost—or revive it if they’ve reached the seeming point of no return,” author George Weinstein said.

Dance with The Caretaker next week. Click below for more information on the book that "compel[s] readers to question the very nature of love and loyalty."

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Ready...Set...Go! It's a Marathon Signing with George!
Back by popular demand, George Weinstein will being returning to Posman Books at Ponce City Market for a 6 hour signing marathon.

Drop by on Saturday, Feb. 9 between 10am and 4pm to meet George and take home a personalized copy of one of his books!
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Namaste Y'all! SFK Will Be at Chantlanta
ChantLanta Sacred Music Festival is celebrating its 10th year, and we'll be with them! This year's ChantLanta will be headlined by yoga’s “rock star” Krishna Das. The charity partner is Camp Cadi, a volunteer-run summer camp for girls traumatized by childhood sexual abuse. 

ChantLanta is on March 8-9 at Church at Ponce & Highland in Atlanta, GA. Come visit us at the vendor area!
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Catch the Light Before it Fades!
Join Rebecca Davis, author of 2017 SFK Novel Contest Winner Amidst This Fading Light, in her native state of North Carolina for a reading! This historical fiction book is loosely based on the notorious 1929 family murder that shocked residents in Stokes, Forsyth and surrounding counties.

Rebecca will be at The Arts Place of Stokes in Danbury, NC on Sunday, Feb. 10, 3pm.
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New Video!
Steve is doing his fair share of traveling, which lead him to the privilege of enjoying breakfast with Margaret Atwood for an insider's look at the upcoming sequel to The Handmaid's Tale. Plus, he dishes on the details of February's conferences and SFK author eventsincluding a LIVE cover reveal of his second novel The Parlor Girl's Guide.
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Fugitive Voices
Episode 5

Authors Pinckney Benedict (MIRACLE BOY AND OTHER STORIES) and April Ford (THE POOR CHILDREN) give you an unfiltered, "no old boys' club allowed" look inside the world of books and writers from the POV of SFK Press, a feisty & progressive independent literary publisher of the New South.

Episode 05 Synopsis: Pinckney Benedict questions his favorite living author about her writing and other things.

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Calls for Submissions
The New Southern Fugitives seeks previously unpublished writing and art. We pay contributors:

$100 per book review, essay, or short story
$40 per poem
$40 per flash/micro fiction (under 800 words)
$40 per photograph or piece of visual art
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SFK Press seeks book-length fiction by fearless authors. Our mission is to cultivate the artistic voices of the new millennium with a local accent but a global view. We want the multiplicity of the cosmic experience: past, present, or future, the good, the bad, and especially the unexpected. POC, LGBTQIA+, and women to the front.
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