The Hub City Writers Project and FR8yard invite you to a family movie night celebrating the power of independent bookstores. We'll be dusting off the ‘90s romantic comedy "You've Got Mail" starring Tom Hanks & Meg Ryan. Come watch on FR8yard's giant screen!
The Green Book of South Carolina: A Travel Guide to S.C. African American Cultural Sites
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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Hub City Press and Southern Foodways Alliance are teaming up
Our new initiative to seed Spartanburg schools with diverse books, so students see themselves in the books they read
Chapman Cultural Center and Hub City Writers Project Announce Fellows Selected for the Southern Studies Fellowship in Arts and Letters
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The News of the World meets Deadwood in this coming-of-age story set in the harsh landscape of Gold Rush America, centering on an orphan’s journey to California in a wagon train of ruthless 49ers.
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Hub City Press is reading for fiction nonfiction projects through September 30
Join us in welcoming author Aaron Carnes for a virtual conversation about his new book, "In Defense of Ska," on September 28th at 7PM!
We are so pleased to welcome author Pete Beatty for a virtual event on September 30th to discuss his celebrated debut novel, "Cuyahoga." He will be in conversation with award-winning Hub City Press author, George Singleton!
Join us for a fun Books & BBQ event with award-winning southern author and friend of Hub City Writers Project, Wiley Cash, on Sunday, October 3rd, at 2PM!
Join us for a virtual conversation with Jayne Allen to discuss her novel "Black Girls Must Die Exhausted" on Monday, October 4th, at 7PM ET!
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