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    Welcome to the Oerth Journal!

    The Oerth Journal is perhaps the oldest e-zine dedicated to publishing creative, high-quality fan-authored works for the World of Greyhawk Fantasy Campaign Setting. The Journal provides a method of publication for authors who desire a closer editing relationship, than that provided by mailing lists, message boards or websites. The OJ is published seasonally (at least that's the goal) and free of charge. Now in its second volume, more than ever before, the OJ is interested in sharing the many Alternate Oerths that fans have devised over the years.

    The Oerth Journal is a collaborative project of people who care about the Greyhawk setting. The editors are volunteers and always interested in receiving submissions/contributions from people willing to put in their time and talent. Both authors and visual artists are encouraged to consider the Oerth Journal as a unique means of publication and a way to share Greyhawk ideas and talent with others.

    For answers to common questions and submssion guidelines, click here to access the Oerth Journal main page.

    To comment on present and past articles and issues of the OJ, please visit the OJ message boards.

    For more detailed information, please email the current editor-in-chief at:
    oerthjournal (at) gmail (dot) com

    Below you may access descriptions of the two volumes of the OJ, as well as tables of contents for each issue.
    (Eventually each issue's table of contents will be supplemented by abstracts of the articles in that issue.)

    Volume I

    Volume II

    Issue 1 Issue 12
    Issue 2 Issue 13
    Issue 3 Issue 14
    Issue 4 Issue 15
    Issue 5 Issue 16
    Issue 6 Issue 17
    Issue 7 Issue 18
    Issue 8 Issue 19 (printer-friendly)
    Issue 9 Issue 19 (printer-friendly)
    Issue 10
    Issue 11

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    Published on: 2002-05-04 (85291 reads)

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