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Where y'at? January 23, 2019

Read About Upcoming Author Events, an Opportunity for Manuscript Consultation, Early Access to an Upcoming Title, and Our New Video!

Then Listen to Episode 4 of our Podcast, Fugitive Voices!


Be Swept Away by Amidst This Fading Light!
You have two chances to see and hear Rebecca Davis, author of 2017 SFK Novel Contest Winner Amidst This Fading Light, read in her native state of North Carolina! Rebecca will be at:

Scuppernong Books in Greensboro, NC on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 7pm

The Arts Place of Stokes in Danbury, NC on Sunday, Feb. 10, 3pm
Click Here for More Info about the Event at Scuppernong in Greensboro
Click Here for More Info about the Event at The Arts Place of Stokes in Danbury
American Judas Roars into South Carolina!

Mickey Dubrow, author of political thriller American Judas, will be discussing his debut novel at Blue Bicycle Books in Charleston, SC on Saturday, Feb. 2, 5pm

Click Here for More Info!
Need a Manuscript Critique?
Need manuscript help? Get some during the Amelia Island Book Festival Writers Workshop on Friday, Feb. 15, 2019. 

Writers can sign up for a one-on-one 15-minute manuscript critique session with SFK's own author and publisher Steve McCondichie. During the individual meeting, Steve will share his evaluation of the work-in-progress and his insight into the project. 

The deadline for applications is Feb. 2, 2019 and costs $50. Space is limited.
Click Here to Learn More
Advance Review Copies of The Parlor Girl's Guide!
Steve McCondichie's second novel, The Parlor Girl's Guide doesn't hit shelves until March 12, but NetGalley and Edelweiss users can get their advance review copy now!

A cynical country girl enlists the living and the dead to guide her past family tragedy and forge her escape from a secluded Southern brothel. This energetic historical fiction offers supernatural thrills and the poignant transformation of a metaphysical coming-of-age tale.

Click Here to Get 'The Parlor Girl’s Guide' on NetGalley
Click Here to Get 'The Parlor Girl’s Guide' on Edelweiss
New Video Launching Tonight!
Tune in tonight our new video on Fugitive Viewsthe official SFK Youtube Channel!

Can't wait for your fix? You'll find all episodes of Grit Lit Hits & Bits, book trailers, and other video content on our channel!
Click Here to Visit our Channel!
Fugitive Voices
Episode 4

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 04 Synopsis: Amidst the excitement and haze of the 2018 Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance trade show, co-hosts Pinckney Benedict and April Ford interview SFK authors F. Rutledge Hammes, Mickey Dubrow, and George Weinstein about their published and forthcoming books with the press.

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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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