Hub City Writers Project

Posted 2.4.13

Type: 
Residency
Location: 
Spartanburg, SC
Event Date: 
January 1, 2099
Application Deadline: 
April 1, 2014
E-mail: 
info@hubcity.org

The Hub City Writers Project offers one summer residency at the Writers House in Spartanburg, South Carolina, from June 9 to August 16 to an emerging writer who has completed an MFA or PhD in creative writing within five years. The resident is provided lodging and a work studio in a historic downtown cottage and a $400 monthly stipend in exchange for 10 hours of community service with Hub City Press or Hub City Bookshop. Transportation and meals are not included. Submit a writing sample of 10 poems or a novel chapter, a short story, or an essay of up to 20 pages; a one-page project description, a résumé, two letters of recommendation, and a $35 application fee by April 1. Visit the website for complete guidelines.

Contact Information: 

Hub City Writers Project, 186 West Main Street, Spartanburg, SC 29306.

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