Volume 25.1 (2017)

Volume 26.1 (2018)
  1. Foreword
    Anthony Eaton
    pp. i-iv [PDF]
  2. ‘Sorry, I Don’t Speak Bear” Voice, Agency, and the Mother-Daughter Relationship in Disney-Pixar’s Brave
    Tharini Viswanath
    pp. 1-22 [PDF]
  3. From the Personal to the Political, Religious, and a Vision of Socialism in Maurice Gee’s Orchard Street, a New Zealand Novel for Children
    Vivien van Rij
    pp. 23-50 [PDF]
  4. Dead Funny? The Ideological Use of Humour and Comedy in Saci Lloyd’s The Carbon Diaries 2015 and 2017
    Alyson Millar, Rebecca Hutton, Elizabeth Braithwaite
    pp. 51-72 [PDF]
  5. ‘try-error-try-it’: Love, Loss, and the Subversion (?) of the Heteronormative Romance Story in Will Grayson, Will Grayson
    Dion McLeod
    pp. 73-94 [PDF]

Volume 26.1 (2018)

Volume 26.1 (2018)
  1. Foreword
    Anthony Eaton
    pp. i-ii [PDF]
  2. Daughters of The Handmaid’s Tale: Reproductive Rights in YA Dystopian Fiction
    Ilona Urquhart
    pp. 1-21 [PDF]
  3. “Why would a dead girl lie?”: Hannah Baker as willful child ‘come to voice’ in 13 Reasons Why
    Amber Moore
    pp. 22-39 [PDF]
  4. Contemporary History: First Nation Australian Representation in Nanberry: Black Brother White
    Sophie Stanton
    pp. 40-59 [PDF]
  5. No Traveller Returns: The liminal world as ordeal and quest in contemporary young adult afterlife fiction
    Sophie Masson
    pp. 60-81 [PDF]