The March 2009 issue of the University of Hawai‘i magazine Mālamalama contains a profile of the history of Mānoa: A Pacific Journal of International Writing. It also offers two web extras: a slideshow of some of its cover designs and an audio interview with Mānoa editor Frank Stewart.
Mānoa passed two milestones in 2008: completing its 20th year of publishing and making its debut in the JSTOR online archive.
Visit Mānoa’s 20th Anniversary blog for a another brief history of its founding and a few highlights of its literary achievements over the years.
Every published volume of Mānoa is now available online. Since 2000, current issues have been appearing in Project MUSE (subscription required). In 2008, all prior volumes made their digital debut in JSTOR (subscription required). The JSTOR moving wall is 3 years. In other words, newer volumes will be added to the JSTOR archive 3 years after they first appear in print.