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.
March 16th 2020
Starting today, our sales floor will be closed to the public. We are offering curbside pickup (864-577-9349) from 10-5, home delivery within 5 miles, and free shipping from hubcity.org/books. Our clerks will be answering phones to take orders or give recommendations and keeping our store stocked. Check our social media for daily recommendations, messages from our favorite authors, and further updates.
January 20th 2020
Hub City Press is pleased to announce the publication of Tiana Nobile's poetry collection Cleave in Spring 2021
January 15th 2020
Hub City Press has been approved for a $15,000 Art Works grant to support publication of books in 2020.
January 9th 2020
Hub City creates the Anne Lambert Scholarship for Excellence in Nonfiction Writing in honor of long-time Writing in Place attendee and supporter Anne Lambert
December 13th 2019
Hub City Press to publish debut novel by Anjali Enjeti, The Parted Earth.
November 25th 2019
ZZ Packer will judge 2020 C. Michael Curtis Short Story Book Prize
November 20th 2019
The South Carolina Arts Commission, the College of Charleston Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program, SC State Library, SC Humanities, and Hub City Press announce Stephanie Powell Watts as the judge for the 2020 South Carolina Novel Prize.