L L I L J
(Lapis Lazuli -An International Literary Journal)
UGC APPROVED: ARTS & HUMANITIES, SR. NO. 41623
Vol.7, No. 2, Autumn 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS
For the Autumn 2017 issue, we would like to invite unpublished Research papers, poems, short fiction, interviews, and book reviews related to English language and literature.
Ø All research papers should follow the 7th edition of MLA citations.
Ø All research papers should be accompanied by a one-paragraph long abstract, five to ten keywords, and a brief bio-note (50-100 words) of the author containing institutional affiliation and basic contact details.
Ø Please note that submission does not guarantee publication.
Ø Please note that submissions ONLY through proper channel, sent in the proper format to the official mail id will be considered.
Ø For submission and queries, please write to: lapislazulijournal@gmail.
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SUBMISSIONS are OPEN till midnight, 31st October 2017.
L L I L J (Lapis Lazuli-An International Literary Journal) is a UGC approved, Refereed, (Blind) Peer-reviewed, Bi-annual, Indexed, Open Access E-Journal of emerging Literary and Linguistic perspectives in contemporary literatures in English, which publishes research articles, poems, short fiction, interviews and book reviews on both English literature and language. It is published on behalf of the PINTER SOCIETY OF INDIA.
L L I L J (Lapis Lazuli-An International Literary Journal) encourages interpretative criticism, fresh insight into new and established literary/linguistic areas and seeks to entertain meaningful pursuits of different contemporary academic issues. It also encourages original contributions in the form of poetry. Each issue contains essays on major works of literatures in English in the global perspective. The journal will be pleased to invite articles on the literatures in English of Australia, Canada, the Caribbean, New Zealand, Africa, South Africa and South East Asia. Emerging issues in the Indian scenario viz Indian literature in English, regional literatures, literatures in Modern Indian Languages, reinterpretations of classical literature, Dalit Literature, Comparative Literature and English Language Teaching and assessment are also invited.