Format Change For The Internet Writing Journal

Posted on August 9, 2007

We are happy to announce that The Internet Writing Journal is expanding. As part of that expansion, we will be undergoing a format change; instead of having separate issues of the magazine, as we have since 1997, from here on out The IWJ will be updated on a rolling basis with new articles, author essays, interviews, book reviews and special features. All the content from prior to the change is easily accessible on the Archives link. Archives of past issues will continue to be free. The IWJ Blog is the only part of the site that will not change. We hope you enjoy the new and improved IWJ!

--The Editors

Here is a list of the latest content posted on The IWJ:

  • Book Review: The Alchemyst by Michael Scott (Fantasy/YA)
  • Book Review: The Dark River by John Twelve Hawks (SF)
  • Book Review: Pendragon: The Pilgrims of Rayne by D.J. MacHale (YA)
  • Book Review: The Secret Servant by Daniel Silva (Thriller)


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