C21 Literature: Journal of 21st-century Writings, the journal of the British Association for Contemporary Literary Studies (BACLS), "aims to create a critical, discursive space for the promotion and exploration of 21st-century writings in English." Launched in 2012 and is currently in its sixth volume, this peer-reviewed journal publishes scholarly articles, as well as reviews and commentaries, on contemporary narrative works and forms such as novels, plays, and digital gaming. Examples of recent articles include "Chasing Death's Memory: Representational Space in Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" by Wayne E. Arnold and "How 'the Old Stories Persist': Folklore in Literature after Postmodernism" by Sara Helen Binney. C21 Literature is published by the Open Library of Humanities with Katy Shaw, Professor of Contemporary Writings at Northumbria University, as its editor-in-chief, supported by an interdisciplinary editorial board from around the world.
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