Call for Notes/Essays on English Language and Literature
www.mutemelodist.com, a collaborative, non-profit enterprise founded by a team of teachers of English literature, academicians and connoisseurs of art in 2014, invites critical essays, articles and notes on English language, literature, criticism, theory and ELT from English teachers and students. The idea is to build a database of good quality content easily and freely accessible to students of literature. This particular enterprise, simply titled “Notes for Students” for easy visibility and accessibility, thrives on the goodwill and expertise of the contributors. Teachers may avail this opportunity to have a wider audience/viewership for their academic work. It simplifies the whole process of note-taking; any student can avail the content any time. Further, teachers and students will have access to a variety of good quality, literature-specific content. All submissions posted on the website will forever be freely accessible to everyone, anywhere. The website doesn’t pay anyone for submissions, nor does it charge anyone for using the content available thereof. The contributors will be credited for their submissions. The criteria for submission will be as follows:
Content: Any good quality content on topics related to language, literature, criticism, theory, ELT and other related topics. The contributors must make sure that there is no copyright violation or plagiarism. Please credit/cite all the sources at the end of the essay/article.
Length: Can vary depending on the topic
Who can Submit: Teachers and students
Who will Benefit: Usually under-graduation and post-graduation students of English Literature
Fee for Submission: Nil
Font/Font size: Times New Roman, 12, Single-spaced
Selection: There won’t be a selection panel or review. Any submission that meets the above criteria will be accepted for publication.
How to Submit: Email your submissions as a Word document attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure you include the name, address, contact details, email and academic affiliation of the author/contributor in your email. Your submission will be acknowledged within 24 hours. If not, kindly resend. The submission will normally be posted on the website within a week and you will be notified.
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Dr M G Emmanuel