This debut collection from Rona Jaffe Award winner Ashley M. Jones is an exploration of race, identity, and history through the eyes of a young, black woman from Alabama.
Join us for a reading with Susan Rivers, author of the new novel "The Second Mrs. Hockaday," a Civil War story set in Upcountry South Carolina.
Kelsey Ronan is the new Hub City Writer-In-Residence. A fiction writer whose muse is her hometown of Flint, Michigan, Kelsey's residency will run from January until late April.
The Hub City Writers Residency is now accepting applications for the 2017 Winter Writers House residency.
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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