Posts Tagged ‘literary magazine’

  • Editorial: Special Poetry Edition

    During our editorial staff meeting in the summer of 2015, we debated whether or not to focus on a special edition of our digital magazine for the following year. All options were on the table, we thought about a theme-based issue, we played with the idea of word-restricted submissions, or maybe a flash fiction edition, [&hellip... Read on...

  • 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: 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...