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Cover artwork from The Iowa Review. Artist: John Dilg

The Iowa Review
One of the best-known and most highly respected literary reviews in the country, The Iowa Review is in its 36th consecutive year of publication.

91st meridian
For readers everywhere who are interested in the worlds of literature at all meridians.

Devoted to translations both into and out of the English language, eXchanges aims to foster cultural interchange and expand awareness of translation as a valid art form.

The Iowa Review Web, now in its eighth year, features hypertext and new writing. The current issue, "Writing 3.D" is guest edited by University of California at Santa Barbara Assistant Professor Rita Raley, with production coordination by outgoing TIR Web Associate Editor Ben Basan.

Poroi: The Journal
Articles in Poroi emphasize rhetorical analysis and invention in all fields of learning for interdisciplinary audiences. Sponsored by the Project on Rhetoric of Inquiry.

About the Electronic Journals Project:
Electronic journals, like electronic texts in general, sometimes seem to be flying outward in a thousand directions at once. While they are relatively easy to create, by the same token, they can quietly disappear, leaving little or no trace of themselves behind. The Journals Project is something of a virtual mooring, a place for editors to secure their publications amidst turbulent sea changes, a place for visitors to tie up and have a look around.

In part a clearing house, the project provides at least some sense of the richness and quality of the many, fine current or past journals in which writing, variously envisioned, is the subject. Here visitors will find descriptions of and links to electronic publications originating at the University of Iowa and elsewhere.

But as a project, it also aims to provide the means of making comparisons and seeking out patterns across the broad spectrum of contemporary electronic publishing as a tool for research, for writing, and for the dissemination of knowledge in the world today.

Visit an early protoype for the project.

For more information about the Journals Project, contact Russell Valentino.


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