Submission

For Teachers and Research Scholars

The magazine has been created for serving the academic needs of the students of B.A (Honours) and M.A in English in India mainly.  Teachers and Research Scholars can contribute original critical writings aiming the readership of undergraduate and postgraduate students of English to address their needs of

  • Better study materials
  • Information on English literature and authors of our times
  • Access to the higher level of knowledge in other parts of their country and the world
  • Better guidance and innovative approaches
  • Guidance for admission test for entry in M.A in English
  • Guidance for admission into M.Phil and PhD programmes of various universities in India and abroad
  • Guidance for tests like UGC NET and SLET
  • More information about their profession and opportunities.  Read the current Call for Contribution

A submission needs to

  • Have 2000-3000 words with references
  • Follow following MLA style-sheet reference system
  • Include Endnotes (not Footnotes) if at all necessary.
  • Include short bio-note of not more than 60 words along with a small (not more than 100px in width).
  • Use copyright-free or CC-licensed picture from sources like the Wikipedia and Wikimedia or your own if necessary.

Where to Send: Send your contributions to both  editor@bcdedu.net and goldenlinemag@gmail.com.

Print Version: Critical writings by teachers and students will be printed in hard format as a single volume at the end of the year. Print-volumes may be sent to the contributors of critical writings if their location is convenient.

NO SUBMISSION CHARGE AND NO PAYMENT: The magazine will be a non-profit academic venture. We will neither charge contributors any fee in the name of Submission Fee, Subscription Fee, Print Version Charge and other dubious illegal hidden fees nor pay them any amount.

For Students

Students of colleges and universities of any part of the world studying English in undergraduate and postgraduate levels can contribute:

  • Original Creative Writings: Poems, Short Stories, Flash Poems & Graphic Stories (must provide the entire package in tested running mode). There is no word-limit, but students need to keep in mind that readers on the web do not stay long on a site and a long writing can make them fly away. So the piece must be able to attract, engage and impress the readers in their short stay.
  • Critical Writings: Original critical writings on any topic of English Literature with (i) Summary/Abstract, (ii) Main Body, (iii) References.
  • Summary of the entire writing in 50-60 words.
  • Reference System: MLA to be followed.
  • Word-limit: 1500-2000 words.
  • Include End-notes (not Footnotes) if at all necessary.
  • Short bio-note of not more than 60 words along with a small (not more than 100px in width).
  • Use copyright-free or CC-licensed picture from sources like the Wikipedia and Wikimedia or your own if necessary.

Where to Send: Send your contributions to both  editor@bcdedu.net and goldenlinemag@gmail.com.

Print Version: Critical writings by teachers and students will be printed in hard format as a single volume at the end of the year. Print-volumes may be sent to the contributors of critical writings if their location is convenient.

NO SUBMISSION CHARGE AND NO PAYMENT: The magazine will be a non-profit academic venture. We will neither charge contributors any fee in the name of Submission Fee, Subscription Fee, Print Version Charge and other dubious illegal hidden fees nor pay them any amount.