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Where y'at? March 6, 2019

Read About AWP, Kindle Promo, Mickey Dubrow Events, SIBA in the Springtime, and more!

Then Listen to Episode 7 of our Podcast, Fugitive Voices!


Introduce Yourself to Impolite Society!
Join Southern Fried Karma at the 2019 AWP Conference & Bookfair in Portland, OR for BELLES & BITCHES: A Disruptive Debutante Ball.

We’re going to kick off the night with an OPEN MIC and then transition into a wild DANCE PARTY directed by DJ Melvin.

Food and drinks are on us, and we'll have some giveaways so you don’t leave empty-handed.

Admission is FREE, but space is limited. Visit us at our Bookfair booth (#6002) to claim your exclusive invite and sign up to perform.
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Mystery Solved! Aftermath is $0.99 for a Limited Time
Starting March 9 until March 16, you can get Aftermath by George Weinstein for only $0.99 on Kindle.

Southern thriller meets cozy mystery in this page-turner you won't want to put down. 

After her father’s murder, Janet Wright returns to her folksy childhood home to tie up loose ends and mend her broken heart. But the sassy heroine soon discovers that there is more than meets the eye within the enigmatic small town entangled in secrets, scandals, and lies.
Click Here to Get AFTERMATH
American Judas in Atlanta & Ashville!
Join Mickey Dubrow, author of American Judas for reading, signing, and an angry roar against unholy hypocrisy. 

Saturday, March 16 @ 3:30 pm 
Ormewood Church Fellowship Hall
***Mickey joins with other local authors for Authors of SE Atlanta: Show, also featuring Charlene Ball, Dawn Peterson, and Libby Ware.

Saturday, Mar 23rd @ 3:00pm
Firestorm Books & Coffee
***Joined with Bram Stoker Award nominated-novelist Jake Bible

Event Info for ATLANTA
Event Info for ASHVILLE
EUREKAsiba This Spring with SFK!
SFK is proud to sponsor "Bookstores Bus Tour of Atlanta" for SIBA in the Springtime 2019!

And don't miss Steve McCondichie's panel "Hack or Hustle? Bookselling in the 21st Century."

Full schedule is available a the link below.
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March Madness is for Books, Too!

This deal is madness! Pick up that hardback you've been dying to read this month at Southern Fried Books and get 20% off!

Southern Fried Books
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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SFK is Popping in the Huntsville Comic
& Pop Culture Expo 
SFK will be hosting a panel at the Huntsville Comic and Pop Culture Expo designed to help you find your personal "Path to Publishing." Bring your burning questions, and start we'll help you get a jump on designing the journey to your publishing destination.

The Huntsville Comic and Pop Culture Expo takes place on March 9-10 at the Von Braun Center (South Hall), in Huntsville, Alabama. "Path to Publishing" will be on Sunday, March 10 at 2pm.
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"It’s a Damn Good Read"
The Parlor Girl's Guide by Steve McCondichie
Scarlet O’Hara meets Lisbeth Salander
to create an iconic Southern femme fatale

Hard-edged country girl Molly Lingo enlists the living and the dead to guide her past family tragedy and forge her escape from a secluded Southern brothel.

Set at the beginning of the Jazz Age’s promising sweep across America, Molly’s story depicts both the shocking brutality of the landlord class and a young woman’s determination not to be treated as a second-class citizen. This energetic historical fiction offers supernatural thrills and the poignant transformation of a metaphysical coming-of-age tale.

The Parlor Girl's Guide launches March 26, but you can get a free chapter now! 
Get Your FREE Chapter Now!
Wherey’at!? Episode 4:
Making March Amazing!
SFK is traveling all over the Southeast this month to participate in a slew of panels, events, and booths! Plus, Steve gives y'all the down-low on a handful of upcoming titles, reveals their covers, and provides details on opportunities for exclusive treats y'all won't want to miss. 
Click Here to Watch!
Fugitive Voices
Episode 7

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 07 Synopsis: Ever wonder how one author and her book can be in so many places at once? Online, in book stores, at conferences. Who IS the enabling team behind the wordy celebrity? Co-hosts Pinckney Benedict and April Ford ask SFK Press Marketing Assistant Nicole Byrne to flash a secret or two...

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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
Submit Here
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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