August 29th 2023
From man-made wetlands in Arkansas to conservation cemeteries in South Carolina; from a full-scale replica of Noah's Ark in Kentucky to the author's own Memphis backyard, these inquisitive, evocative essays consider the way our religious and spiritual backgrounds shape the way we interact with the world.
August 24th 2023
Hub City Press is pleased to announce the winner of the 2023 New Southern Voices Poetry Prize, judged by Molly McCully Brown.
August 23rd 2023
Hub City Writers Project, in partnership with Meeting Street Academy, invites muralists to submit an application to develop a location-specific mural.
August 10th 2023
Hub City Writers Project is thrilled to unveil a new program: The Hub City Writers Project Winter Intensive. It will be held on the weekend of January 12-14, 2024 at the AC Marriott in downtown Spartanburg, SC.
August 7th 2023
Chapman Cultural Center and Hub City Writers Project are pleased to announce the selection of writer John W. Bateman and visual artist Mo Kessler who will begin their eight-month residency in Spartanburg this September and will collaborate on a joint project addressing the culture of the American South.
June 15th 2023
The C. Michael Curtis Short Story Book Prize includes $5,000 and book publication. The prize is open to emerging writers in thirteen Southern states. Submitters must currently reside in the South and must have no more than one previously published book.
June 6th 2023
Hub City Press is pleased to announce it will publish Minrose Gwin's novel BEAUTIFUL DREAMERS in the Fall of 2024.
March 7th 2023
Hub City Writers Project will undergo a leadership change beginning April 1, 2023, as current Executive Director Anne Waters moves on to new opportunities after six years heading the nonprofit literary organization. Hub City Press Director Meg Reid will assume the role of Executive Director and Publisher.