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Peace Corps Writers is a web site whose purpose is to promote and encourage Peace Corps writers. It is edited by John Coyne (Addis Ababa 62–64) and published by Marian Haley Beil (Debre Berhn 62–64). It is the cyber-age reincarnation of the newsletter that they published for ten years, RPCV Writers & Readers. The site publishes new issues six times a year and features book reviews, interviews, news, listings of new titles, and more. Additionally, there is a Bibliography of Peace Corps Writers that lists more than 500 RPCVs and their titles, plus a variety of other resources for both readers and writers.

Peace Corps Online — "The Independent news forum serving Returned Peace Corps Volunteers. In addition to link for each country of service, the site's primary strength is in covering current media reporting on all things Peace Corps.

The Peace Corps Crossroads, which first came on the scene in January, 1997, is an extensive site devoted to all things Peace Corps. It was last update June, 2000.but it still remains a site with lots to see.

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