News & Events

  • Editorial: The Joy of Growth

    There is much delight here at CWM as our hard work and passion begins to bear fruit.  We are growing to the point that we now have vacancies for an internship and for volunteer writers.  In July we hope to re-launch our blog, with new writers and contributors from around the world sharing their views [&hellip... Read on...

  • Editorial: Discovering New Genres

    2016 is shaping up to be an interesting year for us, here at CWM.  We are still open for poetry submissions until the end of March and it is thrilling to see the kind of poems that come our way, not to mention the fun of immersing ourselves into them as we analyse and critique [&hellip... Read on...

  • Editorial: An Eclectic Mix

    We have an eclectic mix of literature in this edition, including an interview with award-winning editor and writer Tara L. Masih. Two personal essays by Christine Stoddard and Paul Sohar—as distinct as can be in terms of voice and content—share these pages. In My Mother, the Mayor of Quincy Park, Salvadoran-Scottish Stoddard treats us to [&hellip... Read on...

  • Temporaily Accepting Poetry Submissions

    We are happy to announce that Cecile’s Writers’ Magazine is accepting Poetry Submissions from the 1st of January until the 31st of March 2016. We intend to begin publishing poetry in our magazine in the summer of 2016. Therefore, the poems that are accepted will remain with us for a longer duration than usual, before [&hellip... Read on...

  • Editorial: From Alzheimer’s to Heavenly Spices

    This is a fiction edition with a flash fiction and three short stories.  We begin with Israeli Erez Volk whose flash fiction Father Figure shows the emotional strain of a father with Alzheimer’s, and he manages to do this with a great economy of words.  Irish/Canadian David Morgan O’Conner entertains us with good humour in [&hellip... Read on...