Cambium: A Journal of Humanities and Arts

Cam-bi-um (from Latin cambiare): The living inner layer of a tree
that creates new life, growth, and regeneration
 
Sponsored by the Feather River College English and Art Departments

The 2023 issue of Cambium is published! 

See the flip-book edition below

 

 

Cambium at Feather River College nourishes intellectual and creative communities on our campus while allowing students to apply what they’ve learned. The journal also serves as a bridge with local communities, creating connections between the campus community and regional writers, artists, and other community members. Cambium is an opportunity for aspiring and established artists and writers in the community to share their art and writing.

The journal will highlight the work of Feather River College students and staff as well as members of the larger Plumas County community. The journal will be published one time per year in the spring semester.

The Inaugural Issue was published in May 2022. 
Submissions have closed for the 2022-23 cycle but submissions for the 2023-24 cycle will be accepted November 1, 2023 through February 28, 2024.

What can be submitted?

  • Art work
  • Prose--fiction, creative-non-fiction, personal essay, academic essay
  • Poetry

Submission Guidelines

  • Double spaced, MLA format 
  • No previously published work, but will consider simultaneous submissions—with notification upon acceptance elsewhere  
  •  Max of 5,000 words for prose 
  • Up to 5 poems, photos, or art pieces OR one work of prose per submission cycle 
  • Brief (less than 50 words) biography to accompany each submission 
  • Blind Review 

Who Can Submit? 

  • Current FRC Students and Alumni
  • Plumas and Sierra County High School Students
  • Plumas County Residents

Where and When to Submit

Please submit materials following the above guidelines between November 1, 2023 and February 28, 2024. Submissions should be uploaded here: Cambium Submission Form.

For questions and clarifications, please contact Professor Nikki Grose at ngrose@crmnet.net

Editor-in-chief: Professor Nicole Grose
Art Editor: Professor Josh Oliveira
Editorial Board: Professor Will Lombardi 

We are also looking for STUDENT EDITORS! Alumni and current students can apply. Please let us know if you're interested in reading for art, poetry, prose, or non-fiction (or a combination). 

The English Department wishes to thank the Feather River College Foundation for funding which supports Cambium.

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