November 27th 2020
It’s safe to say that the holiday season will look a bit different this year. Downtown Spartanburg is no exception. As cold weather draws us inside and coronavirus cases continue to rise above even our summer numbers, our regular routines and holiday traditions are suddenly risky not only to us, but those around us, whether they are friends and family or stranger
November 23rd 2020
Hub City Press announces first of two editor positions
October 9th 2020
Hub City Press is pleased to announce the judge for the biennial New Southern Voices Book Prize. The contest will award $1,000 and publication to the winner and be judged by poet Gabrielle Calvocoressi. Submissions open on January 1, 2021.
October 8th 2020
Hub City Press has been approved for a $30,000 South Arts Resilience Fund Grant to facilitate and build a new system of manuscript acquisition, editing, and proofreading. With support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the South Arts Resilience fund is supporting new, region-specific activities to build the long-term resiliency of arts organizations battling the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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"