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.
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.
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.
February 2nd 2022
Hub City Press is proud to announce it will publish Reyes Ramirez's debut book of poems Answers Without Questions in 2023. Ramirez was a finalist in last year's New Southern Voices Poetry Prize, judged by Gabrielle Calvocoressi.
January 11th 2022
Hub City Press has been approved for a $10,000 Grants for Arts Projects award to support publication of press books in 2022.
December 9th 2021
Hub City Press is proud to announce it will publish award-winning author Julia Franks's second novel, The Say So, in the summer of 2023.
December 6th 2021
Starting in 2022, the prize will be renamed the South Carolina Novel Series and will biennially award $1,500 and book publication to a novel by a writer living in South Carolina.
October 5th 2021
Hub City Press is proud to announce it will publish acclaimed author Matthew Vollmer's booklength essay All Of Us Together In The End, a lyrical, elegiac affirmation of the awesome, strange, otherworldly ways our loved ones remain alive to us, even when they are out of reach, or perhaps even untouchable.