Get Wrecked with ‘American Judas’ in Atlanta!

A Cappella Books presents Writers at the Wrecking Bar, a series of live author interview events showcasing some of the country’s freshest voices in literary and contemporary fiction, presented each month at our neighborhood brewpub. Each program includes writers in conversation with an arbiter of Atlanta’s book scene, giving the audience a chance to experience and participate in the Q&A, and get a signed copy of the book. Select events will feature performances by notable local musicians.

At this October edition of the Writers at the Wrecking Bar, AMERICAN JUDAS author Mickey Dubrow will discuss his debut novel with Alison Law, host of the Literary Atlanta podcast. Atlanta musician Slim Chance will perform a short set before the author conversation.

Held upstairs in the Marianna Room, Writers at the Wrecking Bar hosts a cash bar with signature cocktails inspired by the books, starting at 7 p.m. The author conversation and book signing follow at 7:30 p.m.


Thursday, October 25

7 PM – 9 PM

Wrecking Bar Brewpub

292 Moreland Ave NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30307




Join Rebecca Davis to celebrate North Carolina Authors!

Rebecca Davis will be reading from her 2017 SFK Novel Contest winning novel Amidst This Fading Light at Bookmarks’ monthly 4 on the 4th local writers reading!

Wednesday, October 24

7 PM – 9PM


634 W. 4th St. #110, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27101

Our Fall Titles are Still Fresh!

Spend some time reading Southern Lit this fall.

A Body’s Just as Dead  by Cathy Adams

2017 SFK Novel Contest winner Amidst This Fading Light  by Rebecca Davis

The Banshee of Machrae by Sonja Condit


A Curious Matter of Men with Wings by F. Rutledge Hammes

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