Brown Fedora is pleased to continue its production/distribution deal with Amazon.com. BFB retains all editorial control while Amazon’s KDP handles production/distribution of e-books and Create Space handles the paperbacks.
Brown Fedora Books, hot on the heels of its production/distribution deal with Amazon.com, has secured the production rights to SHB East Beer and to DeFilippi Premium Cigars.
Before long, you should be able to enjoy a cool and refreshing book, a literary cigar with a page-turning plot, and a beer that smokes with the flavor and aroma of Havana. All of this from the friendly confines of your Brown Fedora.
“Other than the colors, there isn’t much difference between the inside of a North Korean P.O.W. cage, looking out, and the bottom of a street gutter back in the States, looking up.”
Brown Fedora Books is pleased to announce that Jim DeFilippi’s noir, pulp fiction novel, FOG 50, is now available as both E-book and paperback, featuring a new, graphically lurid cover by Vermont artist Robert Waldo Brunelle Jr.
Brown Fedora Books is pleased to announce that JoAnne Brasil has been named Executive Editor. JoAnne has worked as a news reporter for the Brattleboro, VT Reformer, was a columnist for Poets & Writers, a letter-writer for Smithsonian, and hosted The Practical Philosopher for WBUR Public Radio in Boston. She is the publisher of the on-line publication, The News in Advance.
BFB is pleased to announce that the three novels of JoAnne Brasil (ESCAPE FROM BILLY'S BAR-B-QUE, FISH TACOS TO GO, and THE WANDER THEATER) are now available at Amazon.com. Welcome aboard, JoAnne.
BFB is proud to announce that the books of JoAnne Brasil will soon be added to our list. JoAnne's books have been hailed by Publishers Weekly, Alice Walker, Gloria Steinem, Spalding Gray, and many others.
On June 24, 1973, the UpStairs Lounge—a crowded gay bar in New Orleans’ French Quarter—was fire-bombed. Thirty-two people died in the greatest mass murder of gay men in history. Yet this seminal event in the story of American crime was little noted and never solved.
A new novel, JESUS BURNED, published by Brown Fedora Books, centers on this tragedy and on one man’s tortured search for justice. Pre-publication comments have included: “The book is populated by quirky and wounded characters, ear-ready dialogue, and more than one gloriously surprising plot twist.”
A “scholarly” essay by BFB author Jim DeFilippi has been published in the book LEBOWSKI 101, edited by Oliver Benjamin.
Brown Fedora Books is pleased to announce the publication of LIMERICK MAFEASANCE, a compilation of two hundred and forty-two original limericks by Jim DeFilippi.
Included in the text as an addendum is a novelette by BFB’s own Geof “Fuzzy” Hewitt. “The
Common Tale of Marges” is the story of Siamese twin prostitutes which is unlike
any other novelette in limerick form about Siamese twin prostitutes you’ve ever
Please consider picking up a copy of LIMEICK MALFEASANCE for you Kindle, iPad, tablet,
computer screen, or however else you’re reading e-books these days.