|Children's Folklore Review|
The Children's Folklore Review, a publication of the Children's Folklore Section, regularly publishes articles on all aspects of children's traditions: oral, customary, and material culture. In addition, CFR will consider articles dealing with the use of folklore in children's literature, children's folklore and education, children's folklore and popular culture, and similar topics. Articles are refereed and are indexed by the MLA and other major bibliographies. Section members receive one issue per year.
At present, the editorial board is working on getting all of the past issues of CFR online. We hope to achieve that goal within a year, since it is important to us to make children's folklore scholarship available to as many people as possible.
For more information on the Children's Folklore Review, please contact editor Libby Tucker of Binghamton University.
Most recent issue: Children's Folklore Review, vol. 33 (2011)
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