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Children’s Folklore Review

Established in 1977, the Children’s Folklore Review is a digital, open-access publication of the Children’s Folklore Section of the American Folklore Society. The journal regularly publishes articles on all aspects of children’s traditions, including oral, customary, and material culture, as well as reviews of films, books, and exhibits. In addition, Children’s Folklore Review will consider articles dealing with children’s folklore in literature, education, popular culture, internet culture, play studies, and similar topics.

To view the current or past issues or for submission guidelines, see the Children’s Folklore Review in Indiana University’s ScholarWorks. If you have questions about the journal or submitting an article, please write to the editor, K. Brandon Barker ([email protected]). If you are interested in reviewing a book, film, or exhibit for the journal, please contact the book reviews editor, Spencer Green ([email protected]). 

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