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Title:Postmodern Culture: Publishing in the Electronic Medium
Author(s):Amiran, Eyal; Unsworth, John
electronic publishing
Abstract:Postmodern Culture was founded in 1990 by Eyal Amiran, Greg Dawes, Elaine Orr, and John Unsworth at North Carolina State University (professors Dawes and Orr have subsequently stepped down as editors in order to pursue their research projects, though both remain on the editorial board). Postmodern Culture is a peer-reviewed electronic journal which provides an international, interdisciplinary forum for discussions of contemporary literature, theory, and culture. It accepts for consideration both finished essays and working papers, and carries in each issue fiction and/or poetry, book reviews, a popular culture column, and announcements. The journal does not consider essays dealing exclusively with computer hardware or software, unless those essays raise significant aesthetic or theoretical issues.
Issue Date:1991
Citation Info:The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2.1, 67-76.
Publication Status:published or submitted for publication
Date Available in IDEALS:2007-01-21

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