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What does DWJ stand for?

DWJ stands for Diana Wynne Jones (Fantasy author)

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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.
KS3 11 - 14 years) Amulet of Samarkand, Jonathan Stroud Boy2Girl, Terence Blacker Coraline, Neil Gaiman Fire and Hemlock, Diana Wynne Jones Hitler's Canary, Sandi Toksvig Inventing Elliot, Graham Gardner King of Shadows, Susan Cooper Scarlett, Cathy Cassidy Sea of Trolls, Nancy Farmer Shade's Children, Garth Nix The Wish List, Eoin Colfer Two Timer, Bali Rai SIMPLY THE BOOK (14+) Do the Creepy Thing, Graham Johnson Does My Head Look Big in This, Randa Abdel-Fattah Missing Judy, Anne Cassidy Monkey Taming, Judith Fathallah Neverwhere, Neil Gaiman Once, Morriss Gleitzman Once in a House on Fire, Andrea Ashworth The Last Taboo, Bali Rai The Road of the Dead, Kevin Brooks Tithe, Holly Black Xenocide Mission, Ben Jeapes Malarkey, Keith Gray
Eighth grade Irving Middle School Norman, Oklahoma Jury and Nominees for the 2005 NSK Prize Nominee Representative Text Juror Ashley Bryan Beautiful Blackbird Naomi Shihab Nye Kate DiCamillo The Tale of Despereaux Judy Pedersen Brian Doyle Angel Square Tim Wynne-Jones Nancy Garden Annie on My Mind Michael Cart Kevin Henkes Olive's Ocean Becky McDonald Diana Wynne Jones Archer's Goon Jane Yolen E.