Pembroke Magazine

If it ain't Pembroke, fix it.

​Published at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, Pembroke Magazine has been printed annually since its founding in 1969.

A Literary Welcome

Welcome to the online companion to Pembroke Magazine, where you'll find history, submission guidelines, archives, news, and more. Peruse the pages and get to know this unique publication, providing the best literary offerings from North Carolina and beyond since 1969.

The latest, large and in charge edition of PM -- #49 -- is jam packed with the finest poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction, including an in-depth Q&A with Belle Boggs, author of Mattaponi Queen and The Art of Waiting. From women reclaiming their backwoods origins to bad behavior at Vacation Bible School to infertility and loss, it's a can't-miss edition and one of the largest volumes to date. Grab your copy before it's sold out. 

For more insights, visit Pembroke Magazine's blog, Local Color, where you can view a gallery of the journal's photographic exploits plus read an excerpt from 2016 Pushcart Prize nominee Gabriel Welsch's stunning story "Walking Man." You'll also find gems from the archives, including South Carolina-based photographer Alrinthea Carter's haunting Southern landscapes and Forrest Anderson's #47 Q&A with debut novelist Tom Cooper.

JUST ARRIVED:  Volume 49, featuring Gilbert Allen, Ezra Baeli-Wang, C. Wade Bentley, Jenn Blair, Belle Boggs, Emma Burcart,  Lindsay A. Chudzik, Grant Clauser, Dinah Cox, Dallas Crow, Lynn Domina, Brian Fanelli, Robert Fillman,  Scott Gould, Charles Israel, Jr., Jennifer Schomburg Kanke, Steven Knepper, Ashley Kunsa, Kristin Leclaire, Lisa Lewis, Jie Liu, Denton Loving, Zachary Lunn, Martha Owens, Colin Pope, Elizabeth Rees, Ramona Reeves, John I. Scott, Matthew J. Spireng, Allison Thorpe, Mehrnoosh Torbatnejad, Daniel Webre, Kari Wergeland, Nicholas A. White,  Ruth Williams, Matt Zambito

 

Check back often for updates. And follow PM on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram to learn more about what other exciting developments are in store for the nearly fifty-year-old journal.


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