Current Narratives is an online interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that publishes narrative research from a broad range of fields including: journalism and media studies, creative writing and literary studies, education, anthropology, cinema studies, cultural studies, religious studies, law, psychology and health sciences. While our brief is deliberately broad Current Narratives is particularly interested in research from within the creative industries and narrative studies from a multidisciplinary perspective. Current Narratives will publish peer-reviewed fiction and non-fiction narratives with integrated or appended exegetical components as well as traditional and experimental academic narrative research. Current Narratives is published by the School of Journalism and Creative Writing, Faculty of Creative Arts & the Faculty of Education, University of Wollongong. ISSN: 1837-0314
Current Issue: Issue 3 (2011) Losing the Plot - Tangling with Narrative Complexity
Papers from Narrative Network Australia Conference on Narrative Research, Victoria University. Melbourne, July 9-10, 2010.
Introduction : Losing the Plot - Tangling with Narrative Complexity
Ruth Ballardie and Elaine Martin
The Haunted Photograph : Context, Framing and the Family Story
Stefan Schutt and Marsha Berry