Hub City Press


Hub City Press is a non-profit independent press in Spartanburg, SC that publishes well-crafted, high-quality works by new and established authors, with an emphasis on the Southern experience. We are committed to high-caliber novels, short stories, poetry, plays, memoir, and works emphasizing regional culture and history. We are particularly interested in books with a strong sense of place. 

Staff

Executive Director, Betsy Wakefield Teter: betsy@hubcity.org
Assistant Director, Meg Reid: meg@hubcity.org
Administrative Assistant, Rachel Richardson: rachel@hubcity.org
Bookshop Manager, Anne Waters: anne@hubcity.org

Contact Hub City:

Administrative Offices
186 West Main Street
Spartanburg, SC 29306

Phone: 864-577-9349
Fax: 864-577-0188
Web: hubcity.org

 

From Hub City Press

Banjos, Barbecue, and Boiled Peanuts
by Kirk H. Neely

Fearless Martha: A Daughter of the American Revolution
by Sheila Ingle

A Good Mule is Hard to Find
by Kirk H. Neely

The Iguana Tree
by Michel Stone

In the Garden of Stone
by Susan Tekulve

Literary Dogs & Their South Carolina Writers
edited by John Lane and Betsy Wakefield Teter

The Only Sounds We Make
by Lee Zacharias

Over the Plain Houses
by Julia Franks

Pantry
by Lilah Hegnauer

The Patron Saint of Dreams
by Philip Gerard

Punch.
by Ray McManus

Suburban Gospel
by Mark Beaver

Through the Pale Door
by Brian Ray

Voodoo for the Other Woman: Poems
by Angela Kelly

Waking
by Ron Rash

The Whiskey Baron
by Jon Sealy