Indiana Literacy Journal
ISLA Executive Board
ISLA Executive Board
The Indiana Literacy Journal is the peer-reviewed journal of the Indiana State Literacy Association, which is composed of and serves classroom teachers, literacy specialists, educational leaders, teacher educators, and university faculty. The journal publishes on diverse topics related to literacy, including reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing, visually representing, technology, and literature for children and young adults. Submissions are invited in any of the categories below, though we are particularly interested in manuscripts that connect literacy and social justice, address new literacies (e.g., technology, graphic novels, podcasts, etc.), current literacy legislation, and other literacy topics relevant to the state of Indiana.
For our Fall 2021 issue, we welcome submissions for the following categories below and invite authors to consider writing articles that address what is unique about literacy in Indiana. See the full Call For Proposals
Deadline for submission: October 1st, 2021
The Indiana Literacy Journal is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, to allow for certain types of reuse without permission. By submitting to the Indiana Literacy Journal, you will be asked to sign an author’s permission statement that attests to the originality of your work and your willingness to publish under a Creative Commons License.
Submissions should be sent electronically to Ben Boche at firstname.lastname@example.org The author(s) must agree that the submitted manuscript is original work and not currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. Manuscripts should include a complete title on the first page, but no identification of the author or affiliation should appear in the title or elsewhere in the submitted manuscript. Use “author” to ensure the submitted version is a blind copy. Be sure to adhere to APA 7th edition guidelines. Manuscripts are peer reviewed and editors reserve the right to edit all copies. Each article is sent to at least two members of the editorial advisory board for review and recommendations to the editors. Manuscripts are evaluated in terms of interest, quality of writing, appropriate documentation of ideas, uniqueness, and needs of the journal. Please contact Ben Boche at email@example.com with any questions.