This space is to make announcements regarding coverage in future Issues of Muse India. This is to enable our readers to submit their work appropriately. In each issue there is usually a 'Focus' on one of the regional literatures of India - on any particular aspect of it. In addition, there could be a special 'Feature,' thematic in nature, to highlight important issues of Indian literatures in general.
The following coverage is planned over the next few issues:
Issue 36, Mar-Apr 2011
Focus - Gujarati Literature
Editor - Dileep Jhaveri
Feature - Subcontinental Women's Voices
Editor - Dr Charanjeet Kaur
Last date for all submissions – Jan 31, 2011
Issue 37, May-Jun 2011
Issue 38, Jul-Aug 2011
Focus – 'Mango Moons' - Contemporary World Haiku
Editor – Kala Ramesh
Last date for submission - Mar 15, 2011
Feature - Food in Indian Literature(s)
Editor - Shweta Rao
Last date for submission – Mar 31, 2011
Focus - Indian Folk Literature
Readers desirous of contributing their work for consideration of publication in any of the above-referred sections may mail their submissions to the respective Editors or to the Chief Editor of Muse India (firstname.lastname@example.org) before the last date for submissions..
Submissions for our general sections of Literary Criticism, Interviews, Book Reviews, Short Fiction and Poetry are also welcome. We are particularly interested in literary essays and reviews of recent publications of books in English, either original or translated. Readers are invited to send their submissions to email@example.com
mango moons – submission details
Original, unpublished haiku, tanka and haibun, not under consideration elsewhere, are welcome from writers from all countries.
Please send submissions of 5-10 haiku poems
and / or
5 -10 tanka poems,
and / or 2 to 3 haibun for our perusal.
India is awakening to the world of haiku and we would love to showcase your best work in this special edition. Send your best work, duly edited.
Submissions are only open from 1st February to 15th March 2011
Type "Muse India" in the subject line, and do include a short 50 word bio & a jpg photo of yours (optional), in your submission mail.
Please type your haiku, tanka and haibun in the body of the message, formatted as plain text. Attachments will not be opened.
Email submissions to be sent to- firstname.lastname@example.org
Muse India retains first rights, i.e., if your work is subsequently published elsewhere, Muse India must be cited as the original place of publication.