Call For Literary Contributions: Train, Tracks and Tales: An Anthology of Train Narratives

  • No Publication Charges.
  • Contributors will receive a free copy of the E- book publication certificate
  • Hard copy will be available at an affordable rate
  • Personal journeys and transformations
  • Historical and cultural significance of trains
  • The romance of railway travel
  • Trains as a symbol of connection and separation
  • Mysteries and adventures on the rails
  • Social and political narratives intersecting with train journeys
  • We welcome contributions that delve into various aspects of train narratives, including but not limited to:


Train narratives, rich in cultural and literary significance, are often overlooked in academic circles. This gap highlights the potential for scholarly exploration, with trains serving as powerful symbols of movement, connection, and transition. By examining these narratives, researchers can gain insights into human experiences, societal shifts, and historical events. The scarcity of comprehensive material on this topic underscores the importance of such academic inquiry, suggesting that these collections could serve as valuable resources for future scholarly endeavors and contribute to a deeper understanding of literature’s intersection with mobility and the human experience


  • Literature submission deadline: JUNE 15, 2024
  • Acceptance Notification: JUNE 30,2024
  • Book Release: JULY 15,2024


  • Submissions can be in the form of short stories, personal essays, poems, or any other literary form that aligns with the theme.
  • Contributions should be original and unpublished.
  • Please include a brief bio (up to 150 words, in Third Person ) and contact information with your submission.
  • Submissions should be sent as a Word document to with the subject line “Train, Tracks and Tales Submission.”
  • AI for language correction and enhancement is not an issue.
  • However, submissions created entirely by AI are not permitted, ensuring the authenticity and originality of the literary contributions

Send Submissions and enquiries to


Dr.Bibin Sebastian : Assistant Professor in the Department of Languages, Rajagiri College of Social Sciences (Autonomous), Cochin, Kerala, specializing in cultural studies, English literature, and posthumanism.

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