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Wednesday, December 28, 2016

CLRI Literary Awards Nomination 2017

CLRI Literary Awards Nomination 2017

Dear authors,

We have initiated nomination process to various literary awards and prizes. CLRI will nominate authors published with us during the past year (CLRI February 2016, CLRI May 2016, CLRI August 2016, CLRI November 2016). However before we select the few best stories we seek help from our authors. They need to distribute their stories among their readers and get them read and send us their rating.

How to create readership for your stories?

Reading Cycle January 1, 2017 – January 30, 2017

Authors need their stories distribute among their own circle and get them read by their readers. Ask the readers to give a rating out of 5.

Do not post your stories on blogs, social networking sites, or other places.

Post link to your stories from CLRI on blogs, social networking sites, or other places. Example: For the story titled And Confessions Created Confusions by Veerinder Patwari, share or post the link http://literaryjournal.in/index.php/clri/article/view/200 among your friends. Our journal system is capable to track how many people accessed the article and the CLRI team will gather rating manually from such social networking sites.

Genre: Stories only

Example:  Rate the literary pieces around the following parameters.  
Parameters
Description
Rating
Originality
Concept/Topic
1 to 5 (1 hackneyed > 5 original writing)
Creativity
Normal to high
1 to 5 (1 mere word play > 5 highly symbolic)
Format
Follows story telling formats
1 to 5 (1 does not follow > 5 follows strictly)
Language Usage
Simple to standard
1 to 5 (1 fine language > 5 very high standard language)
Over All
Reaction at first reading/ If you would recommend this piece to others
1 to 5 (1 liked at first read > like to read again and again)

CLRI Editors

Reading Cycle February 1, 2017 – February 28, 2017

CLRI Editors will read the stories and go through the ratings received by the authors. They will shortlist some of the best stories.

Chief Editor

Reading Cycle March 1, 2017 – March 30, 2017

Senior Editors will finalize the best 2-3 pieces and send to different literary awards.
Timeline: We will follow strict timeline. There can be no change in schedule.
Reading Fee: None. The cost for all the editing process will be borne by CLRI.
Awarding Entities: They are known names and there is no fee to participate to those awards.

Exception: In case we come across some literary awards that demand reading fee, we may ask authors to participate on their own. 

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

CLRI November 2016, Vol 3, No 4 Released

CLRI November 2016, Vol 3, No 4 Released


Contemporary Literary Review India

CLRI November 2016, Vol 3, No 4 brings to you a beautiful collection of POEMS Abishake Koul, Dr. Bani Dayal Dhir, Christina Wilson, Jen Walls, Kavya Gollamudi; STORIES by Mohammed Wahajuddin Siddiqui, Shobha Diwakar, Srishti Walia, Veerinder Patwari; RESEARCH PAPERS by Ananda Das Gupta, Jen Walls, Neha Yadav, N. Manikho, P C K PREM, Dr. Sarada Balaji Thallam; BOOK REVIEWS by Afaf (Effat) Jamil Khogeer, Dr. Dalip Khetarpal, Dr O. P. Arora; and book releases.
Table of Contents / CLRI November 2016, Vol 3, No 4
Poems
Abishake Koul
1-3

Bani Dayal Dhir
4-6

Christina Wilson
7-9

Jen Walls
10-14

Kavya Gollamudi
15-16
Stories
Mohammed Wahajuddin Siddiqui
17-34

Shobha Diwakar
35-42

Srishti Walia
43-50

Veerinder Patwari
51-60
Criticism
Ananda Dasa Gupta
61-77

Jen Walls
78-86

Neha Yadav
87-98

N Manikho
99-113

P C K Prem
114-120

Sarada Balaji
121-139
Book Review
Afaf (Effat) Jamil Khogeer
140-146

Dr. Dalip Khetarpal
147-157

Dr. Dalip Khetarpal
158-178


Saba Parveen
179-181

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Submission Call to Our Annual Print Edition, 2017

Submission Call to Our Annual Print Edition, 2017

To submit to the print edition, there is a reading fee. However, paid subscribers are exempted of any reading fee. 
The reading fee at CLRI is per genre and not per writing piece. For example, if you are submitting in the story category, you may submit as many pieces as you are permitted in that category (2 pieces in story category, 3-5 pieces in poetry category). But if you want to participate in more than genre, you need add the reading fee.
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Saturday, October 15, 2016

CLRI Indexed with Literary Directories

Contemporary Literary Review India


Contemporary Literary Review India (CLRI) is one of the leading literary journals in India and attracts a wide audience each month. If you search with the keywords: literary journal, literary journals India or similar keywords, CLRI will appear on the first or second page of Google search result. 

CLRI is listed/indexed with many reputed literary directories, repositories, and many universities in India. Soon we will have impact factor also.

CLRI has been appearing for more than five years now. It comes out in two editions, online and print, with separate ISSN. It has published thousands of emerging and established authors from around the world. 

Our print edition is circulated to various authors in India and abroad, to various libraries in India, is listed on various online bookstores for sale as soft copy and paperback copy. 

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Thursday, October 13, 2016

CLRI Invites to Rendezvous 2016

CLRI Invites to Rendezvous 2016

CLRI is inviting the students of graduate and post graduate levels of all streams to join the "My Jottings" a creative writing competition, held by Rendezvous 2016, IIT, New Delhi on October 22, 2016 in collaboration with Contemporary Literary Review India, Pune.
For further details, see at Facebook and Rendezvous 2016, IIT, New Delhi.

Saturday, October 8, 2016

CLRI is Celebrating Rendezvous ‘16 at IIT, New Delhi

CLRI is Celebrating Rendezvous ‘16 at IIT, New Delhi


CLRI
Contemporary Literary Review India
-the journal that brings articulate writing for articulate readers.
ISSN 2250-3366                                                      eISSN 2394-6075

CLRI is Celebrating Rendezvous '16 at IIT, New Delhi

Contemporary Literary Review India is celebrating cultural festival popularly known as Rendezvous 2016 (October 21-24, 2016), at IIT, New Delhi.

The fest sees a footfall of more than 70,000 across the span of 4 days, with an outreach to more than 650 colleges across India. In a span of 4 days, Rendezvous organizes about 200 events running on all 4 days. The competitive events include dance, drama, music and debates, with a participation of 20000+ in the four days.

CLRI invites students, teachers, lecturers, writers and all those who want to celebrate the largest ever cultural festival in India.

Creative Writing Competition

CLRI is sponsoring Creative Writing Competition to be held on October 22, 2016 starting from 10 AM onwards. We will judge and distribute certificates and cash awards to the winners in the respective categories.

Fantasy Fiction Writing Competition

The contest is ‘Spin A Yarn, the Fantasy Fiction writing competition’. The participants will be required to add on to the popular fiction genre - Harry Potter, LOTR, or ASOIAF etc., - in the form of a prequel or a sequel or a spin-off adventure. The numerous floating fan theories and fantasy fiction canons will be given a platform in the form of this competition and will help us to capture the vivid imagination of our participants on paper.
CLRI will judge the contestants and help in identifying the winners.
Creative Content Media, 605, Classic Exotica, Survey 51/H1/A1, Near B Ed College, Kondhwa Khurd, Pune, Maharashtra- 411 048, India. Email: writersdeskinfo@yahoo.co.in

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Submission in Multiple Categories

Submission in Multiple Categories

Contemporary Literary Review India is inviting submissions for online edition and print edition. There are various themed issues in addition to regular categories. 

CLRI
Contemporary Literary Review India
-the journal that brings articulate writing for articulate readers.
ISSN 2250-3366
eISSN 2394-6075
Dear writer,
We are inviting papers in a number of categories.
CLRI Online Edition
CLRI Invites Original Papers on Classic Authors
For details, see
CLRI Themed Issues for 2016
CLRI Print Edition
Submission Open for CLRI Annual Print Edition, 2017
Deadline for free submission is closing soon. After September 30, 2016, there will be a reading fee for submitting to the print edition.
Send cheque to: The Editor-in-Chief, Creative Content Media, 605, Classic Exotica, Survey No 51/H1/1A, Near B Ed College, Mithanagar, Kondhwa Khurd, Pune, Maharashtra- 411 048, India. Reply to writersdeskinfo@yahoo.co.in

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