|Posted on Wednesday, June 20, 2007 - 11:13 pm: |
Seattle, WA. The Internet Review of Science Fiction (http://www.irosf.com) is undertaking the largest revamping of its site since its launch in January, 2004. The redesign will bring new features, as well as a new look to the Internet's top destination for reviews, criticism, essays, interviews, convention reports, and feature articles about the speculative genres.
Despite being one of the highest paying online venues for reviews and non-fiction articles, IROSF is an all-volunteer operation. During the completion of this reworking of the publication, therefore, the staff have decided to hold off on new publications in order to fully focus efforts on the new site – which will include new editorial tools to help support more efficient use of distributed volunteer resources in the future.
IROSF (pronounced Eye-Row-SF) anticipates relaunching the site with a new issue on August 7, 2007.