IJLL Special Issue:July-December 2017

Call for Papers (IJLL)


(A Referred Bi-annual Journal Devoted to World Literature and Culture ; ISSN 2278-9170)
Chief Editor / Founder Editor : Dr. Nandini Sahu, Associate Professor of English, IGNOU, New Delhi, India. (www.kavinandini.blogspot.com)
Managing Editor : Mr. Sudarshan Kcherry, Managing Director, Authorspress, New Delhi.
Sub Editors : Dr. Banibrata Mahanta and Dr. Santosh Kumar Padhy

The contributors are requested to pay kind attention:
Articles studied through cultural theories shall be given more importance for publication in IJLL. Research papers (in English)will be accepted on literature, linguistics, translation, nature/ecology, nationalism/patriotism, critical theories, life, mysticism/spirituality, values, culture, folklore, nativity, space, race, time, heritage, Indian festivals ,myth/mythology, eroticism,  etc. Papers with an inter-disciplinary approach would be appreciated.
We request you to follow the points before sending the article.
  • Your articles should be 3000-5000 words.
  • Space between the lines should be 1.5
  • Font  should be in  12 Times New Roman
  • Quotes should be in 12 font, italics,  Times New Roman
  • Works cited  should follow MLA Handbook seventh edition( name of the author, title of the book, place of publication , name of the publisher, year of publication, and page number)
  • Send a brief abstract of your article in about 100 words separately at the beginning of the article.
  • Give an undertaking that the content is original and not published elsewhere.
  • Give your brief bio and contact number.
  • The journal is bi-annual. We will send you the journal after publication.
  • Send your correct postal address  and e-mail ID to which we can reciprocate.
  • The deadline for submission for this issue is 30th June 2013.

            Since IJLL is a journal of critical as well as  creative writing, we receive poems and short stories  too. You may forward the research papers, short stories, travelogues,  poems, book reviews and interviews to mailtoijll@gmail.com and kavinandini@gmail.com with a copy to bmahantaa@gmail.com and santoshpadhy123@rediffmail.com.


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