News & Events

  • 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...

  • Editorial: Flavours of the World

    The focus on intercultural writers is definitely a small niche in the literary market and during the first few months, it kept us preoccupied with questions like:  Are we not too specific?  Who is going to submit their stories to us?  Will there be interested readers?  Luckily, our worries turned out to be unnecessary.  The [&hellip... Read on...

  • Editorial: Our Journey with Promising Writers

    One of our greatest joys is working closely with promising writers whose submissions have not yet meet our standards but have great potential. While some editors would consider this grounds for a rejection, we choose to offer critical feedback if we foresee that perfection. We are happy when we see eye to eye with writers [&hellip... Read on...

  • Editorial: Entertain, Inform and Enrich

    Cecile’s Writers Magazine is slowly growing into a unique intercultural platform, thanks to all the wonderful writers from around the world. We are grateful to those who take the time to read the stories and give the writers a chance to do what they do best: entertain, inform and enrich us through their pens (or [&hellip... Read on...

  • New: Literary Essay Submissions

    Cecile’s Writers Magazine now accepts Literary Essay submissions. That’s right, from the father of the literary essay – Michael de Montaigne – to pioneers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Walter Benjamin, or even more contemporary essayists like Susan Sontag and Elif Batuman, we here at Cecile’s Writers wish to offer this form of writing [&hellip... Read on...