April 1998


Summer CMC Book Review Edition

The July 1998 issue of CMC Magazine will be a special book review edition. We welcome reviews of books--from both academic and popular presses--that examine the cultural, political, business, and social aspects of the Web, the Internet, and computer-mediated communication in general, preferably books that have been released within the past three months or so. And we welcome contributors from a wide range of disciplines.

In particular, we're interested in reviews of the following recent releases:

  • Russell Neuman, Lee McKnight, and Richard Solomon's Political Gridlock on the Information Highway
  • Brian Kahin and James Keller's Coordinating the Internet
  • Wendy M. Grossman's net.wars
  • Michael Heim's Virtual Realism
  • Network and Netplay, edited by Fay Sundweeks, Margaret McLaughlin, and Sheizaf Rafaeli.
Review copies of several of the books are available. Reviews are typically 1500 to 3000 words long. The deadline for the July issue is May 15th, 1998.

If you're interested in reviewing a specific book or books, or are interested in reviewing any upcoming releases, please check the CMC Magazine Editorial Policies, then contact Kevin Hunt via email ( with questions or requests. A brief description of the specific interest you have in CMC, your background, and any past writings on CMC you've done would be helpful.

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