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Hub City Press and South Carolina Arts Commissions Announce Novel Series Winner

Hub City Press and South Carolina Arts Commissions Announce Novel Series Winner

July 26th 2022

Hub City Press is pleased to announce that Robert Maynor has been selected as the winner of the 2022 South Carolina Novel Series for his debut novel, The Big Game is Every Night.

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Hub City Press Selected as Amazon Literary Partnership 2022 Grant Recipient

Hub City Press Selected as Amazon Literary Partnership 2022 Grant Recipient

July 19th 2022

The Amazon Literary Partnership today announced that Hub City Press received a grant to support its program and operations.

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Hub City Press Announces Emrys Writing Prize Winners

Hub City Press Announces Emrys Writing Prize Winners

June 15th 2022

We are pleased to announce that the annual Hub City/Emrys Creative Writing Prize has been awarded to June Freeman Baswell of Taylors, SC in fiction for her story "Scheherazade" and Macy Petty of Greenville, SC in poetry for her poem "The Green Veil". Sponsored by the Hub City Writers Project and the Emrys Foundation, the contest is open to adults in Greenville and Spartanburg Counties in South Carolina, and Polk County in North Carolina.

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Julie Jarema to join Hub City Press as full time Marketing Assistant

Julie Jarema to join Hub City Press as full time Marketing Assistant

June 2nd 2022

Hub City Press is pleased to welcome Julie Jarema, who will join the press staff in the new position of Marketing Assistant this June.

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 Scott Gloden is the winner of the C. Michael Curtis Short Story Book Prize

Scott Gloden is the winner of the C. Michael Curtis Short Story Book Prize

June 1st 2022

Hub City Press is pleased to announce that Scott Gloden has won the 2022 C. Michael Curtis Short Story Book Prize for his collection, The Birds of Basra.

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2022 C. Michael Curtis Short Story Book Prize Finalists

2022 C. Michael Curtis Short Story Book Prize Finalists

May 18th 2022

The finalists are Mark D. Baumgartner for his collection Last of the Icemen, Rachel Ewing for Like Disaster, Scott Gloden for The Birds of Basra, and Mike McClelland for What Used to Be Caracas. 

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Hub City Press to publish Neesha Powell-Ingabire's debut essay collection

Hub City Press to publish Neesha Powell-Ingabire's debut essay collection

May 9th 2022

Outsider: The History of a Life and a Place is a collection of personal essays that juxtapose the fraught racial history of coastal Georgia with lived experiences growing up there as a disabled and queer Black girl.

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Hub City Press Announces Cover for the Green Book of South Carolina

Hub City Press Announces Cover for the Green Book of South Carolina

February 23rd 2022

Organized by region and illustrated with more than 80 color photographs by Joshua Parks, this guidebook presents a curated selection of over 180 museums, monuments, historic markers, schools, churches, and other public lands.

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