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Issue Details: First known date: 1997-... 1997- The Looking Glass: New Perspectives on Children's Literature
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The Looking Glass is an online, open access journal aimed at academics, librarians and teachers interested in children's literature.

Articles are published in a range of formats and styles, from the formally academic (peer-reviewed), through more general analysis and commentary, to light and quirky observations. The key sections are: Alice's Academy - formal academic papers; Emerging Voices - academic papers from previously unpublished critics and students; Jabberwocky - more general commentary; Picture Window - articles dealing specifically with illustration and presentation; Curiouser and Curiouser - light and quirky pieces In addition, conference announcements, paper calls and similar notices may also be publicised in The Caucus Race.

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  • Contents indexed selectively.

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First known date: 1997-

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ISSN: 1551-5680
Frequency:
3 issues per annum
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