Meg Reid 🦦
Meg Reid 🦦 @megireidWe're changing up our open query period a bit! (We're shortening it). As I've said before, we receive hundreds and hundreds of queries each time we open but only realistically have 2 or 3 spots to fill.
Read more about the changes below! Dms are open for questions, etc 🪐 twitter.com/HubCityPress/s…
My #MSWL: novels; single-topic nonfiction; nonfiction projects that blend memoir/reportage; projects by BIPOC writers, non-MFAs, writers over 40.
Modern and imaginative books that redefine/interrogate the modern or historic South.
🚨 A tweet to say that @KAWebb_ is the best. We're getting caught up in our submissions, so: Hub City will likely open for a short *NONFICTION* reading period in January. Eternal #MSWL is literary CNF from the south. Diverse POVs highly encouraged to send. More details soon!
Meg Reid @megireidFinal warning: I am actively searching for a literary CNF book by a writer of color. Needs to be literary & about the South. Open until midnight for already completed projects for 2020. As always: my inbox is open for chats about in-progress works. @WritersofColor @HubCityPress
Meg Reid @megireidI'm so excited to read MILL TOWN by @KerriArsenault. It looks like it hits on so many of my interest points for NF: town books, industry, modernity v traditional ways, water, climate justice. (it doesn't hurt that it's set 30 min down the road from where I grew up).
And fwiw, I'd love to find a book like that set in the South. If you (or someone you know) are at work on that kind of project, lmk. A little #mswl for your Tuesday am.