mechagodscylla at hotmail.com
Fri Aug 1 18:15:38 EDT 2003
I think the publishers website (http://www.dianawynnejones.com/dwjflash.htm)
and the official fansite (http://www.leemac.freeserve.co.uk/) might serve as
a good jumping off place for your research. The fansite, for example,
contains an interview with DWJ's editor. You could even contact them. I
expect they would be a rich source for this kind of information.
The latest book was certainly reviewed. You know, I was kind of surprised
by your not recalling the title of it. Have you had a chance to read it
Welcome to the list,
>From: Elizabeth Crowe <lizcrowe at juno.com>
>Reply-To: dwj at suberic.net
>To: dwj at suberic.net
>Subject: DWJ resurgence
>Date: Fri, 1 Aug 2003 13:44:26 -0600
>Does anyone know about the whys and wherefores of the new editions of
>DWJ's books? I've heard they are being redone because the publishers are
>trying to ride on Harry's coattails. It seems to me that Jones's common
>theme of children left to their own devices is even more applicable to
>today's children than it was when the books were originally published.
>I wonder how they are being received today compared to when they were
>first brought out. I've been reading some old reviews of the original
>editions, but haven't seen any about the recent ones. Are they being
>reviewed? How are they selling? They seem to be pretty popular with the
>children at our local library.
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