61 Citizens Terrorized by Kuklux in & near Alamance County, published in July 2022, is available at Scuppernong Books in Greensboro, at Fountain General Store in Fountain, and by mail order for $16.19 + $3 postage.
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R.A. Fountain is also distributor of more than 20 titles originally published by North Carolina Wesleyan College Press and individuals associated with that press.
Founded in 2010 by Alex Albright in the eastern North Carolina town of Fountain, RAF is a member of the Independent Book Publishers Association.
Emily Herring Wilson’s “When I Go Back to My Home Country”: A Remembrance of Archie Ammons (2019) and The Mule Poems of A.R. Ammons (2009) were publishing projects that evolved from The North Carolina Poems by A.R. Ammons, which Albright edited for NC Wesleyan College Press and, after it sold out and NC Wesleyan Press folded, for Broadstone Books. Both editions were designed by Jonathan Greene. Albright’s The Forgotten First: B-1 and the Integration of the Modern Navy (2013) was a finalist for the 2014 Montaigne Medal and received a Silver Medal for “Best Interior Design” from the Independent Book Publishers Association, and a Peace History Book Award from the NC Society of Historians.
R.A. Fountain is the sole distributor of books originally published by North Carolina Wesleyan College Press