Hub City Press announces the establishment of the $10,000 C. Michael Curtis Short Story Book Prize. The contest includes book publication and will be judged in its first year by Lee K. Abbott, author of seven collections of short stories.
Get to know Summer 2017 Resident Miah Jeffra.
The Writing for Empathy Day Camp is a five day intensive writing course for rising 10th graders to examine identity, civic responsibility and empathy towards the intersecting narratives shared by Spartanburg teens.
Registration is now open for Hub City Writing Project's 17th Annual Writing in Place Conference this summer at Wofford College.
The debut collection from award-winning short story writer Scott Gould hits shelves June 6.
In May 1995 three writers met each other in a coffee shop with an idea for one book, an anthology about the experience of living in Spartanburg, SC. Since then, the Hub City Writers Project has published 70 titles and 700 writers, established an independent bookstore, and provided creative writing education to thousands.
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