February 22nd 2021
Hub City Press is proud to announce it will publish Lucien Darjeun Meadows’s debut poetry collection In the Hands of the River, an exploration of the influences of generations of coal mining, working-class status, passing white, and Indigenous erasure, alongside a parent’s addiction, emergent queer identity, and shared experiences of mental crisis in rural Appalachia.
February 10th 2021
The Hub City/Emrys Writing Prize will be awarded in May 2021 to writers in Spartanburg, Greenville, and Polk counties for excellence in fiction and nonfiction.
February 5th 2021
Hub City Writers Project is pleased to announce our re-imagined writer-in-residence program: the Southern Studies Fellowship in Arts and Letters!
February 4th 2021
Hub City Writers Project has been approved for a $10,000 Grants for Arts Projects award to support the publication of press books in 2021.
January 27th 2021
Hub City Writers Project is designing new bookmarks, and we want your help! We love giving bookmarks out with our books, and we decided it's time for a fun new design!
January 11th 2021
Hub City Press announces the second of two editor positions made possible by a South Arts/Mellon Foundation grant.
December 29th 2020
Hub City Press is proud to announce it will publish Ashleigh Bell Pedersen’s debut novel The Crocodile Bride. Set in swampy Louisiana in the summer of 1982, The Crocodile Bride follows eleven-year-old Sunshine Turner and her troubled father Billy, as the secrets of their family’s past swirl around their yellow house in the little town of Fingertip.
December 8th 2020
Andrew Siegrist of Nashville, Tennessee will receive $10,000 and publication by Hub City Press for his short story collection, All the Colors of Rain