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 keyboards, to be more precise).
This fourth edition has two flash fictions, a short story and a personal essay. Author M. Krockmalnik Grabois returns with another flash fiction titled “Cone”, a mostly interior monologue story with a psychologically gripping protagonist. James Baxenfield short but sweet “How I Became a Hipster” is guaranteed to leave you with a smile. “The God of Big Things” by Rubik Roy shows us why a young boy should never be granted three wishes, although we do feel for him and might even overlook his X-ray vision since he is the subject of bullying. Rachelle Braido Shekhar‘s personal essay “Growing Up Italian” proves yet again that Italians and good food are synonymous to one another, and goes a step further to reveal both the importance of family and the madness around the dinner table.
We hope you enjoy this collection.
Cecile, Samir, Sofia, Vanessa
Cecile’s Writers Magazine editorial team