by: Rosa Shand, Scott Gould, Deno Trakas, George Singleton
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Accolades are pouring in for Hub City Press. In 2012, our books won four IPPY Awards: Philip Gerard received a Gold IPPY as the top essay collection by an indie publisher for The Patron Saint of Dreams; Michel Stone's The Iguana Tree received a Bronze IPPY in literary fiction; Matt Matthews' Mercy Creek won Bronze for best regional fiction of the Southeast; and Ron Rash's Waking received a Silver IPPY in poetry. Waking, an Okra Pick, also has been nominated for the Weatherford Award, the top prize in Appalachian fiction. Hub City Press won 6 previous IPPY Awards, including a Gold IPPY for Brian Ray's Through the Pale Door as the top novel in the Southeast. Lou Dischler's My Only Sunshine received a Silver in the same category, as well as an Okra Pick from the Southern Independent Booksellers. Expecting Goodness & Other Stories, edited by C. Michael Curtis, received a Silver IPPY as the top short story collection in North America. Out Loud, edited by Ed Madden and Candace Chellew-Hodge, received a Bronze in the GLBT nonfiction category. Kirk Neely's A Good Mule is Hard to Find was nominated for the SIBA Book Award in nonfiction, and Tim Peeler's Checking Out in poetry.