Aims and Scope
The Journal for Literary and Intermedial Crossings aims to offer a publication platform to researchers from various fields engaging either directly or indirectly with the study of hybrid literary and/or intermedial phenomena. Targeted squarely at investigating the ‘in-between,’ the journal thus seeks contributions from scholars and practitioners broadly covering intra- or inter-, or trans-aesthetic crossings that bridge a plurality of potential discourses, modalities, and methodologies.
JLIC is published twice a year. The Spring Issue (May) regroups regular submissions following an ‘Open Call,’ while the Fall Issue (November) represents a selection of papers delivered at the annual symposium of the journal’s founding research Centre for Literary and Intermedial Crossings (CLIC). This journal (ISSN 2506-8709) is a double-blind peer-reviewed ‘Open Acces’ publication supported by an international editorial board and is aimed at an academic readership. It welcomes contributions in either English, French, or Dutch while supporting textual as well as multi-media formatting.