The Spring Issue is now on your campus or center.
are pleased to announce that the Broward College Archives & Special
Collections has recently digitized and made available the entire run of the
Broward College Literary Magazine P’anKu from 1964 through 2012.
exciting project was made possible through the LYRASIS Mass Digitization
Collaborative – a Sloan Foundation grant-subsidized program that has made
digitization easy and affordable for libraries and cultural institutions across
the Collaborative’s partnership with the Internet Archive, all items were
scanned from cover- to-cover and in full color. You can choose from a
variety of formats, page through a book choosing the “read online” option,
download the PDF or search the full text version.
To view the archive, click here and type in the keyword "panku."
We want to thank Andrew Dutka, Broward College Archivist, for his support in this project.
Got a creative bent? Then P’an Ku is the place for you. As the award-winning student literary/arts magazine of Broward College, we are devoted to promoting, encouraging and displaying your best creative work.
What is P’an Ku? Well, it’s not only a magazine, but a “who” too. P’an Ku was a historian and poet who lived from A.D. 32-92 in China and used irony and satire in his creative works. P'an Ku is also the ancient Chinese God of creation.
P’an Ku, the magazine, has been promoting student creativity since 1964 and is published twice yearly. A training tool for students interested in publishing, our contributors have lots in common with the mag’s namesake and original poet: They’re clever, witty and inspired.
Past contributors, known as ancestors of P'an Ku, consider themselves part of the P'an Ku Zoo. Visit this “zoo” and glimpse the who’s who of P’an Ku
We will start accepting submissions for the fall issue in September. You will be able to submit online, or you can print out a submission form and submit your work directly to South Campus, the Art Department on Central Campus, or Student Life on any campus or center. Please pay attention to the submission guidelines, especially when submitting artwork and photography digitally.
Questions? Please contact: Faculty Advisor
Dr. Patrick Ellingham954email@example.com P'an Ku Office
Building 68, Room 246
7200 Pines Blvd.
Pembroke Pines, FL 33024