Cerise Press, online French/United States cross-cultural journal, seeks written submissions of all types

Cerise Press (www.cerisepress.com), an international online journal
based in the United States and France, builds cross-cultural bridges by
featuring artists and writers in English and translations, with an
emphasis on French and Francophone works. Co-founded by Sally Molini,
Karen Rigby, and Fiona Sze-Lorrain in 2009, Cerise Press hopes to serve
as a gathering force where imagination, insight, and conversation
express the evolving and shifting forms of human experience.

Each issue features poetry, translations, essays, fiction, photography,
art, interviews, and reviews. Previous authors have included Pablo
Medina, Yusef Komunyakaa, Eleanor Wilner, Mahmoud Darwish (translated by
Fady Joudah), Tahar Bekri (translated by Marilyn Hacker), Nathaniel
, Tess Gallagher, Quan Barry, Sandra Beasley, and many others.

The journal is open year-round to submissions in fiction, poetry,
translations, photography, and art.
For essays, interviews, and reviews, please query first. We are
currently reading for upcoming issues.

Please visit the website for detailed guidelines:

Back issues are also available online: