•  3 Books by Jo Davies and Derek Brazell examining illustration + useful links

  • Project “Wake in Progress” by illustrator Stephen Crowe – illustrations to James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake

  • Romantic Illustration Network

  • The Alphabet of Illustrators

  • Book Illustration in Victorian England

  • British Book Illustration up to 1700

  • Cahiers de Narratologie est une revue de théorie et d’analyse des productions culturelles, littéraires, et artistiques publiée par le Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire Récits, Cultures et Sociétés (LIRCES), EA n°3159

  • Caricaturesetcaricature : partager leur passion de la caricature et faire comprendre son histoire

  • The Children’s Literature Archive at Ryerson University

  • Comicalités – Etudes de culture graphique

  • Le Carnet de Comicalités : blog scientifique et espace d’intuition et de communication de la revue Comicalités

  • Graphixia, a collaborative comics blog published weekly on Tuesdays

  • House of Illustration

  • Illustration magazine

  • Illustration Research

  • Image [&] Narrative, a peer-reviewed e-journal on visual narratology and word and image studies

  • The Imaginative Book Illustration Society

  • Imago et Translatio, Illustration et Traduction en Europe

  • Journal of Illustration,id=233/view,page=0/

  • Journal of Illustration Studies

  • Médiologie. Élucider les mystères et paradoxes de la transmission culturelle, tel est le but de la médiologie

  • Old Book Illustrations

  • Pictoriana est un site consacré aux recherches sur les écrits d’artistes et, plus globalement, sur les rapports entre littérature et arts

  • Textimage

  • Textualities covers diverse aspects of the world of the book, from author interviews and original writing to specialist articles about rare and collectable is a free resource which grew out of Scottish Book Collector magazine and makes use of its wonderful archive, as well as introducing new material, including audio. You can also purchase the annual printed Textualities compilation.

  • The typographic hub

  • Ut Pictura 18

  • Visual Editions, nicknamed VE, is a London-based book publisher, started in early 2009 by Anna and Britt. The idea for VE comes from our joint love of books and a (mischievous) desire to do things differently.

  • Writers’ favourite classic book illustrations – in pictures



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