JFA 28.3

Look for JFA 28.3 (2017) to arrive in the mail very soon! The final issue of Volume 28 is a special issue on representations of the body in YA fiction, guest edited by Mathieu Donner. To read his introduction and for a preview of the contents, check out the current issue page.

 

 

JFA has a new International Reviews Editor

Effective August 1, 2018, JFA has a new Reviews Editor for works written in a language other than English.

The journal and the board wish to express their thanks to Dale Knickerbocker for his service over the years. Dale will still be part of the journal as an Associate Editor.

Please contact David Dalton at David.Dalton@uncc.edu if you have a scholarly work written in a language other than English that would be of interest to JFA‘s readers, or if you are interested in being added to his list of reviewers.

JFA Subscriptions: Updating Mailing Addresses

Hi, IAFA members.

Now that JFA 28.3 is off to the printer, we’ll soon be preparing the mailing list for JFA Volume 29 (2018). If you joined or renewed your membership in the association between the end of the 2017 conference and the 2018 conference, you are subscribed to JFA Volume 29. (If you joined after this year’s conference, in April 2018 or later, your subscription will begin with JFA Volume 30).

We want to make sure your copy of the journal makes it to you and doesn’t get sent back to our office, so we’d really appreciate it if you’d take a moment to make certain that your information is correct in your member profile on the website. Please visit the membership page on IAFA.org, and log in using your user name and password. Once you’ve logged in, you can View your profile, and on the profile page, click on Edit profile to update your information, if necessary.

Please check that your postal address is correct.

While you’re checking out your profile, please also consider updating your areas of interest. You can list subgenres, theoretical approaches, or specific works and authors. Sometimes we need to add to our pool of peer reviewers for articles submitted to JFA, and the information you list in Interests can help us find a good match.

Thanks so much,

Chrissie