We’ll Be Seeing Y’all This Weekend at DBF




Come join SFK Press at the 2018 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Decatur Book Festival, August 31 – September 2. It’s a great local chance to connect with 80,000 readers and writers.

We’ll be actively seeking to connect writers to contribute to The New Southern Fugitives, SFK Press, and our new creative non-fiction imprint Blissful Beings Press.
Check our our new fall releases, grab some sweet SFK merch, and help us raise money and awareness for the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Meet and hang out with us at booth 407!

2017 SFK Novel Contest winner ‘Amidst This Fading Light’ available now

Who do we become in the wake of tragedy? SFK Press author Rebecca Davis answers this question in her intricate and sensitive debut novel. Inspired by a gruesome murder that occurred near her hometown of Germanton, NC in 1929, Amidst This Fading Light explores life, death, and what it means to carry on as people deal with what fate brings upon them. Get 2017 SFK Novel Contest winner Amidst This Fading Light in paperback and eBook format now!



When There’s Summer Left, There’s Reading Left

Why not check out SFK Press author Cathy Adams’s hysterical and haunting novel about a disjointed working-class family striving to piece together the shreds of their tattered American Dream? A Body’s Just as Dead is available in paperback and eBook format now!

SFK Press seeks ARC reviewers!

Are you passionate about writing book reviews? Do you contribute regularly or occasionally to a book reviews venue? SFK Press is currently seeking writers to review a number of our forthcoming titles!

Please contact Nicole Byrne at nicole@sfkmultimedia.com for more information.

Looking for a thrilling summer read? Aftermath by George Weinstein is available everywhere now!

“Janet Wright left tiny Graylee, Georgia, at age five, when her mother fled a destructive marriage. Now forty and reinventing herself after a failed engagement, Janet returns as the sole inheritor of her recently murdered father’s valuable estate. Life should be easy, but she can’t resist pulling at the threads of the apparently open-and-shut case. Before long, she finds herself tangled in Graylee’s web of secrets, lies, and scandals—and in fear for her own life.”

Help us disrupt the Southern literary landscape.