Richard Peabody and Peggy Pfeiffer.

 

 

 

Even Nobel Prize winner Gunter Grass reads Gargoyle

Even Nobel Prize winner Günter Grass reads Gargoyle.

 

Gargoyle founders Paul Pasquarella, Richard Peabody and Russell Cox at 1990 Gargoyle wake.

JC Clarke hawking Gargoyle at a London reading

John Cooper Clarke hawking Gargoyle at a London reading.

 

Gargoyle magazine was founded in 1976 by Russell Cox, Richard Peabody, and Paul Pasquarella. By 1977, Peabody was the only member of the original triumvirate left. He ran the mag until 1990 with several co-editors through the years, most notably Gretchen Johnsen (1979-1986) and Peggy Pfeiffer (1988-1990). Based in the Washington, D.C., metro area, Gargoyle was dedicated to printing work by unknown poets and fiction writers, as well as seeking out the overlooked or neglected. The magazine archive is housed in the Special Collections at George Washington University's Gelman Library in DC (some back issues are still available to the public as well—read on). The mag was on something of an extended hiatus as of 1990 and resurfaced in 1997.

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