The IJCLNFW is refereed E-journal and is designed to publish theoretical articles and book reviews on Fourth World Literature. It encourages interpretative criticism and fresh insights into new and established authors and texts and seeks to generate a serious debate on different academic issues. We also encourage literary contributions in the form of original as well as translated poetry and fiction works of the Natives of America and Canada, the Aboriginals of Australia, Maoris of New Zealand, Dalits and Tribals of India.

Method of Peer-Review

The purpose of the peer review process is to make sure that the manuscript is of the standard quality. When a Manuscript is submitted to IJCLNFW, it goes for internal review and if it is fulfilling basic requisite determined by our protocol, it goes for the peer-reviewed double-blind process. The peer-review process is a broadly accepted method for research authentication.


Plagiarism is academically unethical and an offense. IJCLNFW will check all the submitted manuscripts against plagiarism using authenticate plagiarism detection software. If plagiarism is found; the manuscript will be rejected at once. If plagiarism issue arises even after publication of the manuscript, the corresponding manuscript will be removed.