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Southern literature has always demonstrated a close relationship between the writer and their surroundings. Whether such surroundings include the physical layout of the land or descriptive tidbits of culture, Southern literature remained consistent in its decadence...read more
Small-town girl in a new and culturally diverse Southern college town prepares for graduation and reflects on new experiences.read more
(Newnan, GA)- Southern Fried Karma Press, an independent publisher based in Metro Atlanta, is running their 2017 Novel Contest through May 31. The contest focuses on finding Southern authors with manuscripts that go beyond stereotypical depictions of the South,...read more
[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1PqTbA2eSc&t=89s[/embed] *Link to video of Bethsheba A. Rem spoken word poem. We claim no rights to it. Life refuses to fit itself into neat files on computers. Poetry mimics life, illustrating stories and emotions traditional...read more
*SFK Press is proud to feature a guest blogger of renown, Lee St. John. Author of She's a Keeper! Anecdotes from A Southern Girl's Attic, John has graciously agreed to be the first to post a guest blog on our site. We are excited to feature her work. Previously we...read more
It might seem that the glamorous blood red carpet and ball gowns of the Oscars have nothing to do with the South. The highly nominated La-La Land and critical favorite Manchester by the Sea exist in places and cultures far beyond the Mason-Dixon line. However, despite...read more