Students studying outside the library

Seven from Wofford part of new story collection

Expecting Goodness cover

Professor C. Michael Curtis edits Hub City Writers Project book

(Read an interview with C. Michael Curtis)

SPARTANBURG, S.C. – A new short story collection from the Hub City Writers Project, “Expecting Goodness & Other Stories,” features the work of 20 Spartanburg fiction writers — including six with Wofford College connections — and many of them will be on hand for a reading and signing Monday, Jan. 18, at 7 p.m. in the Showroom at HUB-BUB. “Expecting Goodness” was edited by C. Michael Curtis, who teaches creative writing at Wofford as the John C. Cobb Professor in the Humanities and is the long-time fiction editor of The Atlantic magazine.

Other Wofford College authors included in the book include faculty members Elizabeth Cox, Jeremy L.C. Jones, John Lane and Deno Trakas, former faculty member Rosa Shand, and graduate Thomas Pierce.

Monday’s event is free and open to the public.

For information, contact Betsy Teter, executive director of the Hub City Writers Project, at 864-577-9349 or