For twenty-five years, Hub City Writers Project has been cultivating readers and nurturing writers through its independent press, community bookshop, and diverse literary programming.
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George Singleton's collected stories and Cinelle Barne's anthology of Southern writers of color
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Ashleigh Bryant Phillips' portrait of her hometown: Sleepovers, winner of the 2019 Curtis Book Prize.
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In Carter Sickels' stunning novel, small-town Appalachia doesn't have a lot going for it, but it’s where Brian is from, where his family is, and where he’s chosen to return to die.
Join us for an amazing virtual conversation on May 19th at 3PM (ET) with TaraShea Nesbit, author of Beheld—a most Anticipated Book of 2020 by Vogue, Medium, and LitHub.
Join us on Tuesday, July 21st at 7 p.m. with author Zazie Todd for a virtual talk on how to make your dog happy! Please sign up here for access to the event!
Join us on Tuesday, July 21st at 5:00 PM for Reader Meet Writer with Kristin Harmel! She will be talking with us about her novel The Book of Lost Names and answering your questions.
Join us on July 23rd at 7:00 PM for Reader Meet Writer with Jill McCorkle! She will be talking with us about her novel Hieroglyphics and answering your questions.
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