The Electronic Labyrinth


EJournal is an electronic journal produced by the Department of English at the State University of New York at Albany. EJournal is a peer-reviewed, all-electronic, serial publication particularly interested in the theory and practice surrounding the creation and manipulation of electronic "text" or "display." It is currently experimenting with providing a simple hypertext reader with every issue as part of its on-going interest in this field.

EJournal is also interested in the social, literary, economic, pedagogical, and philosophical ramifications of computer-mediated networks. They prefer brief, authentic, lively essays to exhaustive technical reports. Single essay issues appear as often as submissions are affirmatively reviewed.

In 1991 EJournal distributed four (free) issues to subscribers. In 1992 there were five such issues. The journal is listed as ISSN: 1054-1053.

Edward Jennings, Editor
Department of English
Humanities Building
State University of New York at Albany
Albany NY

e-mail: ejournal@albnyvms (Bitnet)

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