About

Pamplemousse, formerly known as The Gihon River Review, published biannually, was founded in the fall of 2001 as a production of the BFA program at Johnson State College. Starting in the Fall of 2010, its production became based in a Literary Publishing class offered at the college by the BFA program, conducted by Professors Elizabeth A.I. Powell and Jensen Beach. Pamplemousse publishes high quality, forward thinking, innovative, and well-crafted writing in many genres and styles. We relish discovering new voices, as well as featuring established favorites.

Issues are $7 each. Submissions in poetry, fiction, graphic fiction, nonfiction, and art are read from September to May. Poetry submissions may not exceed five poems; fiction and nonfiction may not exceed twenty-five pages.

We frequently republish work from our pages on our website and will also consider work for online publication exclusively.

 

FACULTY ADVISORS:

Elizabeth Powell, Jensen Beach

EDITORS:

Molly McAllister, Jody Kifner, Andrew Lotto, Tracey Crocker, Emma Testerman, Hannah Burnham, Leah Duckett, Emily Clark, Hannah Stearns, Grace Willean, Kate Abdel-Fatah, Alteira Greene, Patrick Musgrave-Losey.