Welcome to Editors-Wiki, http://transpositions.pbwiki.com/, a special feature in Reconfigurations: A Journal for Poetics & Poetry / Literature & Culture, Volume Two (November, 2008).
This collaborative project was facilitated via a Wiki from pbWiki, http://pbwiki.com/.
Editors-Wiki, http://transpositions.pbwiki.com/, collects postings from editors and publishers of electronic literary arts journals and presses who agreed to contribute to a conversation about the various matters they are facing today in the field. Some of the questions they considered are:
* How do you see your own projects contributing to the larger field of electronic publishing?
* How and why (or why not) do you want your journals/presses to engage with print media?
* Who are (and are not) your audiences?
* How important to you is the relationship among digital design, content, and audience?
* How do you handle simultaneous submissions?
What you’ll find on the Wiki, http://transpositions.pbwiki.com/, is a slightly reconfigured presentation of that dialogue from August to November, 2008.
If you would like to offer a comment in reply to that conversation, you may do so here, on the journal’s site, by using the “post-a-comment” link at the bottom of this document page.
Editors-Wiki: Reflections on Electronic Publishing
Joel Chace, Poetry Editor, 5_trope, http://www.webdelsol.com/5_trope/
Eric Elshtain, Editor, Beard of Bees, http://www.beardofbees.com/index.html
Jonathan Minton, Editor & Publisher, Word for Word, http://www.wordforword.info/
Andrea Rexilius, Editor & Publisher, Parcel, http://www.parceljournal.org/
Editors-Wiki: Reflections on Electronic Publishing, http://transpositions.pbwiki.com/, Reconfigurations: A Journal for Poetics & Poetry / Literature & Culture, Volume Two (November, 2008): http://reconfigurations.blogspot.com/. ISSN: 1938-3592.