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Where y'at? December 9, 2020

The long and short of it:

As this wild year heads into the homestretch, our publisher, Steve McCondichie writes an insightful introspective essay in which he offers an encouraging meditation of the personal as it interweaves with the global events of this year.


"This year, many of us have faced difficult risk-and-reward choices, deciding between degrees of pain and discomfort. It’s as if we’ve all been passing through the Bardos together. The challenge for me has been to gain the proper perspective to seed the courage I need to keep moving." - Steve McCondichie

Read Steve's essay, "Making Amends to 2020" in The New Southern Fugitives
SFK Press is partnering with the Atlanta Writers Club to publish Viral Literature: Alone Together in Georgia, a collection of thirty-two writers responding to COVID-19 with their best work.

"If you’re looking for something timely to give the bibliophile on your holiday gift list, you can’t get more relevant than the new SFK Press release, Viral Literature: Alone Together in Georgia. A collection of stories, essays and poems about life during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s written by dozens of writers with Georgia connections." - Suzanne Van Atten

Read all about the collection in Van Atten's article in the AJC!
Purchase Viral Literature
Listen to your favorite SFK authors' playlists!
Mike Corwin's Tallapoosa playlist:

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A holiday event with SFK author T.M. Brown!
T.M. Brown has another virtual author event in Georgia this month!
  • December 17, 6:30-8 p.m. at Hometown Novel Nights, Newnan GA - T.M. Brown will be interviewing Chellie Woodham Phillips, Kathy Manos Penn, and Bren McClain—three award-winning published authors who will be talking about their books and their Christmas memories. To register for this free event, visit Hometown Novel Nights on Facebook. 
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In Case Y'all Missed It

The New Southern Fugitives Volume 4, Issue 1: Hope and Humanity

For our inaugural issue of Volume 4, we are exploring themes of hope and humanity as we reflect on a tumultuous year.

Our Founding Editor, Steve McCondichie, has contributed an essay that delves into the many different pains we have all experienced this year and how we might move on from 2020.

Two Art pieces-a triptych by C. Christine Fair and a collage from C.R. Resetarits-stare unblinkingly at the virus and its consequences, how we dare to hope for a brighter future.

Two poems by Mary Helen Callier highlight personal struggles in an isolated world.

And lastly, Laura Ohlmann's poem considers a community at odds, a feeling of isolation even within relationships, and, finally, the emblematic resiliency of nature.

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