Chiasmus and chiastic quotations. Dedicated to making chiasmus a household word.
Columbia Journalism Review
The Columbia Journalism Review is published six times a year by the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Economist.com | Library | Style Guide
This guide is based on the style book which is given to all journalists at The Economist.
EServer Journals Collection
From the English Server at Carnegie Mellon University.
Grammar Resources on the Web
A listing of on-line resources on grammar, usage, English as a Second Language, and gender-neutral language.
Guide to Grammar and Writing
Guide to Internet Information Sources for Australian Journalists - Ozguide
(Psst! - you don't have to be Australian 'ya know.)
JournalismNet is a working journalist's guide to the Net -- 200 different web pages with over 6,000 links designed to help journalists (and anyone else) find useful information fast. Visited more than 80,000 times a month by journalists from around the world.
Media Literacy On-Line Project
Our goal is to provide a support service for teachers, and others, concerned with the influence of media in the lives of children and youth. We have created this comprehensive media literacy resource collection to facilitate that objective.
NameBase Book Index
For Researchers, Journalists & Historians...600 book reviews, 105,000 names, 237,000 citations.
National Press Club
('Reporter's Internet Resources' is...crammed with wealthy information.)
This is the archive for NewJour, the Internet list for new journals and newsletters available on the Internet. Other E-Journal pages at University of California at San Diego Libraries.
PEN American Center - Freedom to Write
This site aims to give you an overview of the wide range of problems faced by writers and journalists around the world, and to document the work done by PEN's Freedom-to-Write Committee on those writers' behalf. For each country, a basic summary of relevant background information appears for those who are not country or regional experts.
The Poynter Institute is a school for journalists, future journalists, and teachers of journalism.
Share International Media Service
Share International Media Service maintains this site for editors and journalists who find the articles appropriate for their publications. They may be downloaded and reproduced, free of charge, with credit to Share International magazine, PO Box 971, N. Hollywood, CA 91603 USA, www.shareintl.org. We would appreciate notification of any publication in which the articles are used.
Society of Professional Journalists
The Electronic Journalist. A complete resource for journalists including FOIA contacts and information, professional development, journalism awards and fellowships and journalism ethics information.
Take Our Word For It, the weekly word-origin webzine
The Web's only weekly etymology webzine.
The Journalistic Resources Page
Resources designed to serve scholars, journalists and other professionals to access information on the Internet.
Welcome To The Reporters Network
Our goal is to provide a variety of services to the journalism community and the general public it serves.
Wordwizard: for lovers of the English language
Hello there! If you've come to this site, it's probably because you wish to know the origins of an English word or phrase. Or you may wish to discuss other interesting aspects of the language with like-minded people.
Writer Beware--Index Page
Warnings and cautions for writers about literary frauds, scams, deceptions, and pitfalls
Writers Guild of America
The WGAw represents writers in the motion picture, broadcast, cable and new media industries.