Hub City Press is pleased to announce that the winner of the 3rd New Southern Voices Poetry Prize is Lindsey Alexander of Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Congratulations to Leslie Sainz, who will join Hub City as Writer-In-Residence this fall! Leslie a first-generation Cuban-American poet, born and raised in Miami, Florida. Her residency will run from September to December.
Leesa Cross-Smith's debut novel Whiskey & Ribbons is now available for pre-order.
Pre-order EMBER, winner of the South Carolina First Novel Prize, today. Publication September 5, 2017.
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.
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 80 titles and 700 writers, established an independent bookstore, and provided creative writing education to thousands.
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