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Our Current Issue: Illustration



„A picture is worth a thousand words,“ Neil Gaiman explains and thus already hints at the immediacy and the sensual and intellectual presence of images – an appreciation which illustration is not always awarded, as pointed out amongst others by Jutta Bauer in her acceptance speech for the special prize of the German Children's Literature Award in 2009.

Often neglected by readers and buyers, the visual and illustrational presentation of books has an enormous impact on the reading experience, a fact that has received growing attention in children's literature research in the last few years. Furthermore, various segments of the children's literature market such as the comic are highly influential on the wider art and media scene.

Our current issue of interjuli focuses on illustration.


Call for Papers: Children's and Young Adult Literature in the Classroom

interjuli 01/18: Please send your papers dealing with Children's and Young Adult Literature in the Classroom before September 1st 2017. You'll find our full Call for Papers here.



Call for Papers: Fantasy


interjuli 02/17: Please send your papers dealing with fantasy in children's and young adult literature before December 1st 2016. You'll find our full Call for Papers here.


Our next issues will feature the follwing topics:

17/01: Disability and Disease

17/02: Fantasy 

18/01: Chyalit in education

18/02: Queerness

19/01: Non-Fiction

19/02: Outsiders

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