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March 31, 2007

New River: redesign and relaunch


Digital Writing

The New River is a journal of digital writing and art. Founded by Ed Falco in 1996, with help from Len Hatfield, a computer wizard then on the faculty at Virginia Tech, it is thought to be the first journal ever devoted exclusively to digital writing and art. After a period of dormancy, New River Journal has now been redesigned and reborn, complete with new works by some of today's leading digital authors, including Jason Nelson, David Herrstrom and Dan Waber.

Beginning with this number, The New River plans to post new issues twice a year, in December and May. The New River is currently hosted by Virginia Tech's Center for Digital Discourse and Culture.

Posted by newradio at March 31, 2007 11:21 AM