July 16th 2020
Hub City Press is pleased to announce the publication of Brent Martin's George Masa’s Wild Vision: A Japanese Immigrant Imagines Western North Carolina. The book will print up to 100 of Masa’s photographs, and creative non-fiction will accompany each chapter, highlighting Masa’s photos within its historical context and the context of the modern era.
July 8th 2020
The South Carolina Arts Commission, Hub City Press, the College of Charleston, the South Carolina State Library, and South Carolina Humanities are pleased to announce that the winner of the 2020 South Carolina Novel Prize is Maris Lawyer for her manuscript “The Blue Line Down.”
June 24th 2020
Hub City Press and partners announce the finalists for the 2020 South Carolina Novel Prize
June 23rd 2020
Hub City Press announces publication of Ashley M. Jones's third book of poetry, "Reparations Now"
June 1st 2020
After conversing with our faculty and staff and reviewing attendee feedback, we cannot, in good conscience, hold our annual Writing in Place conference this year.
May 27th 2020
Hub City press included among list of Amazon Literary Partnership 2020 Grant
May 4th 2020
We are opening our doors this week, and closely watching both State and City decisions and CDC/DHEC recommendations regarding safely operating our retail space.
April 2nd 2020
Yesterday our governor closed all non-essential businesses in South Carolina to help fight the spread of the coronavirus. We applaud his decision. Evidently, though, he shares our view that books are vital to human happiness since bookstores did not make his list of closures. We can stay open, but we shouldn’t. Sheltering in place is the right thing to do right now—for our staff, for our community, and for our country.