CFP: Multiple Children's Lit & Studies Calls (various; journal issues)
_The Looking Glass_ invites submissions to all columns and sections for
the following special issues:
Displaced Children (publication date April 2005; deadline for
submissions 1 October 2004)
Japanese Children's Literature and Culture (publication date April
2006; deadline for submissions 1 October 2005).
_The Looking Glass_ also invites scholarly submissions for the following
special topics to be highlighted in Alice's Academy, its scholarly
International Children's Mysteries (publication date January 2005;
submission deadline 1 September 2004)
Magic Realism in Children's Literature (publication date January
2006; submission deadline 1 September 2005).
For more information on these calls please see
_The Looking Glass_ is always accepting submissions to the following:
Alice's Academy, the scholarly refereed section
The Mentor, the section specifically designed for students and
professors to work together in creating publishable scholarship
(submissions must be made by a professor with the student's permission)
Jabberwocky, the column on children's literature in translation
Mirrors and Windows, the column and readers' forum on children's
literature published in the past five years
Curiouser and Curiouser, the column on folk retellings
My Own Invention, the column on teaching children's literature at
all education levels
Illuminating Texts, the column of author and illustrator interviews
Caucus Race, a column highlighting important children's literature
and culture websites.
Submissions on children's book publishing and technology and
children's literature are also desired.
Please send all submissions to editor_at_the-looking-glass.net and
assistanteditor_at_the-looking-glass.net. Submissions to Alice's Academy,
Jabberwocky, and The Mentor must be between 2500 and 4000 words and
conform to current MLA citation standards. Submissions to all other
columns must be between 1000 and 3000 words. _The Looking Glass_ cannot
accept simultaneous submissions or previously published articles.
Published articles will be posted on the journal's website for at least
three months, after which time they will be archived online. For more
information, please see http://www.the-looking-glass.net/contribute.html.
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Received on Thu Apr 08 2004 - 19:08:49 EDT