It’s true! Spine of Gargoyle #50 placed in prominent view on original Gossip Girl. Thanks to Leslie Pietrzyk for the sharp eyes and my youngest for the photo.
Written in Arlington, has been selected as one of 75 items from the year 2020 that will be sealed in a “time trunk” (like a “time capsule”) in a special ceremony this Friday afternoon, November 19, as part of the ongoing celebration of Arlington’s hundredth birthday. Attendance at the event at Lubber Run Community Center is limited because of the pandemic, but there are still free ticketsPlease join us! More information here:https://arlingtonva.libcal.com/event/8499166–Katherine Young, editor "So, a Thing happened: this time last year, "Written in Arlington," the anthology of 87 Arlington poets that I edited, published by Richard Peabody at Gargoyle Magazine/Paycock Press, came into the world. And last Friday night, Arlington County sealed a "time trunk" to be opened in 50 years that includes "Written in Arlington" as one of its objects. Wondering what they will think in 2071 when they dust off that trunk... "Humbled" is not quite the right word for how this feels, but it will do..."--Katherine E. Young
Written in Arlington • Night Launch Aaron R. Whitehead Cathy Hailey Ceanne Rennie Dan Brady Holly Karapetkova,current Arlington Poet Laureate Jess Stork Glicoes Katherine Gekker Katherine Young, editor of Written in Arlington, poet, translator, and inaugural Arlington Poet Laureate. Katie Cristol, official speaker for Arlington arts. Madelyn Rosenberg Marty Sanchez-Lowery Miles David Moore Stephen Niedzwiecki Susan Notar Sushmita Mazundar Tod Ibrahim
"I Read it All." A Chat With Richard Peabody, Editor of Gargoyle Magazine Editor of 500-page lit mag peels back the curtain for a behind the scenes look By:Becky Tuch Lit Mag News Roundup Sep 24 Another editor interview has just wrapped, friends. Today I had the pleasure of speaking with Richard Peabody, Editor of Gargoyle Magazine. This was one of the more candid interviews I’ve had so far. Richard shared some of the problems he is facing with the journal’s production, due to current global supply chain issues and backed-up paper supply. He has two issues ready to go, both about 500 pages long. The first issue was scheduled to come out in October, but he is not sure that will happen. Continue reading...