Epistolary Children's and Young Adult Literature: NeMLA Toronto, April 30-May 3 2015
Children's and Young Adult literature is replete with first-person narratives told through journals, letters, texts, blogs, etc., in order to create a sense of immediacy and the semblance of truth. This panel seeks to understand whether or not the epistolary strategies employed by Children's and Young Adult literature in fact does anything new or different compared to eighteenth-century epistolary narratives. How do we tell new stories differently when technology enables new kinds of correspondence? Please send 250-300 word abstracts directly through NeMLA's portal by 30 September 2014.
In order to submit an abstract, you must register online with NeMLA. Signing up is free, and you only have to do it once.