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Kairo describes itself as a Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy. The journal has been online since 1996. From Kairo's About page:We publish "webtexts," which are texts authored specifically for publication on the World Wide Web. Webtexts are scholarly examinations of topics related to technology in English Studies fields (e.g., rhetoric, composition, technical and professi …
- MadHatters Review
The MadHatters Review was started by the late Carol Novack, who was both a poet and an attorney. Her past included work in the Criminal Appeals Bureau of the New York Legal Aid Society and later as a solo practitioner, according to this tribute,. . . championing the causes of artists and the underprivileged. More from the tribute: From the mid-2000s, she began publishing her gender-bending hybrid …
- Cortland Review
Cortland Review first came to the attention of PoetryandScience more than a decade ago (1997) and it's still breathing. Cortland does not feature science content particularly, but has demonstrated a commitment to its web presence from the beginning, with extensive content for past issues still online.
- RIP: New York Foundation for the Arts Quarterly
The NYFA quarterly and its associated news feed, ArtsWire, ceased publication in 2005. When in operation, it provided a steady stream of arts and literature news.