Wednesday, March 13, 2013

"Ten Days Gone" now in Pembroke #45

So proud to have my story "Ten Days Gone" in the latest and greatest edition of University of North Carolina's Pembroke Magazine.
Here's a little history:
When Norman Macleod (1906-1985) founded Pembroke Magazine in 1969, he had already edited some of the top "little" magazines in the country, including Morada (1929-30), Front (1930-31), Maryland Quarterly (1942-44), and the Briarcliff Quarterly (1944-47). Macleod edited Pembroke Magazine for ten years, when poet and North Carolina native Shelby Stephenson assumed the editorship. Stephenson, winner of the 2001 North Carolina Award in Literature, served as editor from 1979 until his retirement in 2010.
See: Pembroke Magazine
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