DWJ

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DWJDeutsches Waffen Journal (German: German Weapons Journal)
DWJDiana Wynne Jones (Fantasy author)
DWJDepartment of World Justice (role-playing game and fictional organization)
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With nods to the humorous fantasies of Lloyd Alexander and Diana Wynne Jones, this is a delight from start to finish.
DIANA WYNNE JONES ALEX GRAY Crime writer and author of A Pound Of Flesh, The Bird That Did Not Sing and The Riverman A quote that's stayed with me for years is from JRR Tolkien's The Fellowship of the Ring, the first part of The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
After receiving a terminal cancer diagnosis, Diana Wynne Jones decided it was time to sort and organize the manuscripts, lectures, articles, and reviews saved from over forty years of writing.
Jill Murphy's Worst Witch series, by Diana Wynne Jones and wonderful The Changeover by Margaret Mahy who sadly died this week.
99h/b (HarperCollins) DIANA Wynne Jones has delighted readers for years.
I could not make it to the 2009 conference devoted to Diana Wynne Jones and her work, but I'm delighted that some of those who were there were willing to turn the event into a more lasting symposium in the form of this special issue of the Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts.
I generally read plays but have just finished Howl's Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones.
Several British children's authors, such as Diana Wynne Jones and Jacqueline Wilson, are on the list of almost 168 contenders from 61 countries.
Devotees of L'Engle will especially delight in discovering these allusions because of L'Engle's own mastery at creating what Charles Butler, in a 2001 interview with Diana Wynne Jones, calls "a series in which characters migrate from one text to another" (Jones 164).
Fantasy author Terry Pratchett also popped in and one of the greatest living children's authors, Diana Wynne Jones, will be talking to kids and parents.
The author Diana Wynne Jones has observed that our minds run in grooves cut by our society, while the minds of those long gone ran in grooves cut by other societies.
Four British fantasists; place and culture in the children's fantasies of Penelope Lively, Alan Garner, Diana Wynne Jones, and Susan Cooper.