Cornfield Review Archives: Online, Searchable, Downloadable


Posted: December 13th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Bookshelf, Writing | No Comments »


Cornfield Review

Here’s a quick notice to all who follow the Cornfield Review, OSU Marion’s august literary journal, which dates all the way back to 1976 (incidentally, our nation’s bicentennial, the year that Wild Cherry’s “Play that Funky Music” and Scorsese’s Taxi Driver both reached number one, and the second year of production for the beloved AMC Pacer). Using the open source platform Open Journal Systems, we have digitally archived the entire back catalog with the help of OSU Libraries (particularly Henry Griffy), making the contents browsable, searchable, and downloadable for our visitors. There will be more official announcements forthcoming (on campus, etc.), but for now, go give it a gander at http://cornfieldreview.osu.edu/.


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