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Saturday, March 7, 2015

Call for submission: Themed Issues


CLRI
Contemporary Literary Review India
-the journal that brings articulate writing for articulate readers.
ISSN 2250-3366                                                      eISSN 2394-6075
Call for submission. Themed Issue
An opportunity to earn money and citation!
CLRI May 2015 Vol. 2 No. 2
The writing craft of Sadat Hasan Manto
We invite authors, research writers, and professors to write on the craft of Sadat Hasan Manto. You are free to name the title of your writing, develop the theme and concept as you find better.
Subject Line: Craft of Sadat Hasan Manto
Length: Any.
Submission Fee: None
Benefit: The best piece will get a citation and Rs. 1000 in cash.
Deadline: March 31, 2015
For other submission details, check Submission.
CLRI August 2015 Vol. 2 No. 3
Literature out of R K Laxman’ cartoons
We give the writers full freedom to pip into the craft of R K Laxman’ cartoons from literary point of view. You can add his life story, the controversy his cartoons created or the power of Common Man to the literary canon.
Subject Line: Literature out of R K Laxman’ cartoons
Length: Any.
Submission Fee: None
Benefit: The best piece will get a citation and Rs. 1000 in cash.
Deadline: June 30, 2015
For other submission details, check Submission.
CLRI November 2015 Vol. 2 No. 4
Criticism on Online Literature
We invite authors, research writers, and professors to write on the rise of online literary journals, writing (from poetry, story, to criticism) being published with online literary journals and magazines in the last twenty-five years in India.
Subject Line: Criticism on Online Literature
Length: Any.
Submission Fee: None
Benefit: The best piece will get a citation and Rs. 1000 in cash.
Deadline: September 30, 2015
For other submission details, check Submission. 
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Thursday, March 5, 2015

Give value to your article

From Editor’s Desk
by Khurshid Alam
Dear writers do you value your writing?

I asked this question from some writers over a period of one month from now. Every one said yes. But when I asked what they do to ensure that their writing is not copied by others or rather they have not plagiarized the writing materials from other sources? Many did not have an answer.

Yes. Plagiarism is a two-edge sword and harms the interest of the writers who work hard to prepare the original research material. It is harmful even to those who plagiarize as they lose credibility on literary arena.

For preparing a research article, you invest time, skill, energy, and money in many cases. Technically, there are research papers, the topics of which conflict and overlap one another. In such cases, the authenticity of each party may be at a stake. Generally, research supervisors guide the researchers and the research materials, concept and even the soul of the article may seem closely similar.

As a research writer, it is important that you distinguish your research papers uniquely from others. It is important that you register your article with globally recognized research repository as soon as possible so that your article stands out from thousands of other papers.

Connecting Research and Researchers (ORCiD) is such an organization that registers scholarly articles. Any scholar or researcher can register their work with ORCiD at https://orcid.org/register and the best thing is that it is FREE.

CLRI has introduced a field in its submission form where research writers can quote the ORCiD registry number while they submit an article for publication with us. Please check at http://literaryjournal.in/index.php/clri/user/register.

Enter ORCiD Registry number here
Registering your article with ORCiD brings manifold benefits. Your paper is uniquely recognizable and it can be tracked with most of the leading journal repositories. Most importantly, you can apply for publishing credits and financial grant from your college, universities, or institutions.

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