Aims of the Journal
Write4Children seeks to provide an international forum for peer reviewed research papers and debates about writing for children and children's literature.
It will contain articles and discussions which:
- provide an international forum for high quality academic and pedagogic research into writing for children and children's literature
- promote best practice and academic research in advancing international debates on writing for children and children's literature
- stimulate debate in peer reviewed articles and discussions on controversial issues in writing for children and children's literature: such as, race, class, gender, sexuality, drug culture, sex, multiculturalism and education
Instructions for Authors
- DISCUSSION PAPERS should be written between 1000 and 3000 words
- ARTICLES should be between 2000 and 5000 words in length, accompanied by an abstract of not more than 100 words, and six keywords for indexing purposes
- REVIEWS should be no more than 500 words
Professor Andrew Melrose, University of Winchester
Dr Vanessa Harbour, University of Winchester
- Tony Bradman, Children's Author
- Prof Graeme Harper, Bangor University
- Prof Peter Hunt (Emeritus), Cardiff University
- Prof Jeri Kroll, Flinders University
- Prof Maria Nikolajeva, Cambridge University
- Prof Kim Reynolds, University of Newcastle
- Prof Michael Rosen, Birbeck, University of London
- Prod David Rudd, University of Bolton
- Meg Rosoff, Children's Author
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