Hooray, it’s here; the second edition of Writers Abroad Magazine. Spring has sprung and a feast of FREE reading awaits you! Tickle your romantic taste-buds with short stories of love lost, love promised, love yet-to-blossom and love totally flabbergasted. The flabbergasted one was penned by yours truly. A husband reveals a secret no wife should ever have to deal with.
It also includes; a quick and tasty recipe for summer canapés, poetry that will make you see the so-called ordinary from a fresh perspective, book reviews, an interview with poet and novelist Sue Guiney, the ups and downs of living in France, a disastrous but funny camping holiday and two of our members reveal how living in rural northern Ireland and Yokohoma, Japan has influenced their lives and writing. Oh and asides from that the pleasures and embarrassments of visiting an onsen (hot spring) in Japan are shared, also the evolving nature of English is discussed and to cap it all, a short grammar lesson for language students. Individual members’ writing careers and published books are also showcased.
Last but not least there is a chance to sign up for the call for submissions in our forthcoming anthology, Kaleidoscope. Are you an expat who writes FICTION or POETRY? Are you looking for a chance to be published and support our chosen charity, Room to Read? Our theme this year is light and we will be accepting submissions from May to mid-June. Make sure you don’t miss the boat and sign up via the link in the editorial section of the magazine.
To read online, click here or on the front page below. You can also download the magazine in PDF here The links will allow you to read the magazine on-line or alternatively download a PDF copy which you can read on your PC (including the Kindle app if you have it), tablet, iPad or android device. The best way to read the PDF version is through a PDF reader app which are free to download.
Happy reading 🙂