The Internet Writing Journal
ISSN No. 1095-3973
Volume 1, Issue 1.
In This Issue:What are the eight things journalists must do not to get left behind in the midst of the electronic revolution? Why should aspiring writers publish their work online?
Bestselling author of The Pocket Guide to the Internet and of Writers.net, Gary Gach tells us in his interview.
Are copyeditors the least appreciated of all the editors? How safe is email? What is Virtual Places and how is it useful for writers?
Editor and Acting Community Manager for Excite Talk Nancy Hanger tells all in our chat with her in Excite Talk's Virtual Places.
How Can I Help My Child Become a Writer in the Age of Nintendo and Carmen San Diego?
Montessori teacher Sarah White shares tips and tricks for using the computer as an aid to teaching writing skills to children.
What's the Secret to Writing a Great Play?
Theatre director and critic Troy M. Hughes shares the secrets to this difficult skill in his article, "Tips For Writing a Great Play".
Other Articles in This Issue:
Find out "How to Get Published Online For Beginners" by Gregory A. Knollenberg and brush up on those essential writing skills in the workplace with "Effective Writing For the Workplace" by Claire E. White.
Can't get to the Bay Area to take a great writing course?
Take a sneak peek at acclaimed author Tom Parker's new Desktop Writing Workshop, available now on CD-ROM.
This Month's Spotlight On...
Our "Spotlight On..." feature showcases a different online publication each issue. This month's spotlight is on Snakeskin Poetry Webzine, a British poetry publication with some fascinating features.
Online or on-line? To hyphenate or not?? Register your vote on this controversial stylistic issue!
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