Our first ever New York Times review for Andrew Siegrist's WE IMAGINED IT WAS RAIN!
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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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Our new initiative to seed Spartanburg schools with diverse books, so students see themselves in the books they read
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.
Hub City Press is reading for nonfiction projects through October 31
Join us for a virtual event with award-winning Southern author, Beth Gilstrap on October 19th at 7PM! We will be celebrating the release of her new short story collection, "Deadheading and Other Stories."
Join us at the bookshop on Thursday, October 21st, with Ed Southern! We will be discussing his newest book, "Fight Songs."
Join us for a virtual children's story hour reading "The Witches Three Count on Me!" with author Lynda Bouchard and illustrator Kody Kratzer on Saturday, October 23rd at 1:00PM!
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