Monday, 5 November 2012

Submit your writings before 10th Nov.

CLRI Calls For Submission!

Contemporary Literary Review India
– journal that brings articulate writings to articulate readers
First Submission Deadline Falls on 31 October 2012 has been extended until 10th of November 2012.
Dear writers, on request of thousands of writers, we have extended our first submission deadline to CLRI Annual Print version to 10 November 2012. However there is no extension for other deadlines. Rush in to submit your original writings.
Download PDF of CLRI October 2012.
Submit your writings
Contemporary Literary Review India (CLRI) is gearing up for its annual print issue (ISSN 2250-3366) by late January 2013 or early February 2013. CLRI invites submissions in a wide variety of genres including poetry, fiction, criticism, arts, photography, book review, film review, and many more. We encourage both emerging and established writers. However please go through our submission criteria thoroughly at: Call for Submission We are accepting online submission via Submishmash also.
Note: Those who have already sent their entries need not bother.
Submit Book Releases
Writers and publishers can submit their book releases. We’ll include them in our Book Releases category.
Get Your Book Reviewed by CLRI
To get your books reviewed by us, send us your enquiries.
Check our Submission deadlines at CLRI Submission
Submission Deadlines
CLRI offers three deadlines to suit writers from all walks of life and professions.
October 31, 2012 /November 10, 2012
November 30, 2012
December 31, 2012
Each deadline attracts a different Reading Fee.
Subscribe to CLRI
Subscribe to CLRI online editions for at least one year and get waiver off the reading fee to your submission to CLRI Annual 2013 Print edition.
For details, check at Subscribe to CLRI.
Buy CLRI October 2012 Print Issues
CLRI October 2012 Print Issue is available at
Send cheque to: Khurshid Alam, Editor-in-Chief, Contemporary Literary Review India, 11/3, Nilayam Society, Opp: Waghere Society, Pimpri, Pune, Maharashtra- 411 017, India.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks Raju! A great help for a great purpose.
    Khurshid Alam, Editor, CLRI.