Hub City Press is a non-profit independent press in Spartanburg, SC that publishes well-crafted, high-quality works by new and established authors, with an emphasis on the Southern experience. We are funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, the South Carolina Arts Commission, and others. See our new and forthcoming titles on this page and visit our catalog for our backlist.
Pantry, by Lilah Hegnauer of Charlotteville, Virginia, is the 2013 winner of the New Southern Voices Poetry Prize, judged by D.A. Powell. The poems in this playful collection take their titles from kitchen objects.
Hub for the Holidays
The thirty-three true stories in Hub for the Holidays celebrate the season, with essays on Christmas at Glendale, along the Lawson's Fork, and atop the First Baptist Church roof, tales of long-held traditions, modern takes on family, and hints of snow, if only imagined
The Only Sounds We Make
(May 2014) Fascinated by the natural world, Lee Zacharias turns to creatures whose language we cannot fathom, from spiders to vultures to dogs, and the mute record of the land through time, to explore the powers of speech and memory.
Web of Water
(April 2014) This coffeetable book takes the reader on a journey through the Saluda-Reedy watershed, a trip that unfolds through the fine-art photography captured by photographers Tom Blagden, Clay Bolt, jon holloway, and Ben Geer Keys, and in essays by John Lane.
The Whiskey Baron
(April 2014) South Carolina, 1932: One man’s whiskey empire is on the verge of collapse following two shots from a 12-gauge. The Whiskey Baron is a gripping drama about family ties and bad choices, about the folly of power and the limitations of the law.