The theme for our 2019/2020 Spring Issue is ‘Memory’. Send your submissions to email@example.com by 23:59, 1. May 2020. We will be holding some writing groups during Easter Break. Stay tuned! ‘Memory Tree’ by Christina Makri
Can you see the changes? It seems as if time moves in a fluctuating pace and the only way to make sense of its capricious steps is by recording it. Through paintings, pictures or texts, we keep track of both the warm breeze and the howling winds of change and assign them meaning. Perhaps, our persistent desire to keep memories alive is the sole constant around which the world rotates. Background Photo by Patricija Šapokaitė
Thank you for this issue’s submissions! We will be reviewing them over the coming days. In the meantime, we will also be running this cycle’s short story competition with a £15 Waterstones giftcard prize! Submissions due by midnight, JANUARY 10th. Also, don’t forget to send in your submissions for the cover competition by midnight TONIGHT.
We’re proud to announce that the first Chronicle edition of the academic year is now out! You’ll be able to find it in the porters’ lodge, the common room, and the library at Lucy. Go and grab your copy! If you’ve contributed to our crowdfunding with £10 or more, we’ll be contacting you soon to arrange the shipping details. You’ll also receive a password that will allow you to have online access to this edition, under the “current edition” tab above. Don’t forget you can subscribe to the our magazine at any time by clicking on the “subscriptions” tab! We ….
Demeter, goddess of the grain, agriculture, harvest, growth, and nourishment, is our proud choice for this term’s theme. Not sure what it means? Think arriving in Cambridge, think autumn, think transition, think environment, think change, think current events. Basically, think what Demeter could mean to you (and not just agriculturally speaking, though we’d love it too). We, the editorial team are eager to leave room for personal interpretation: whether long or short, literary or journalistic, images or texts, in English or in your native language, feel free to submit anything! Please send all submissions via email at firstname.lastname@example.org by November ….
Hi everyone! I’m Nicole and I’m the new digital editor of the Cavendish Chronicle. I’ll be the one responsible for this website from now on! As the new academic year starts, I’d like to welcome everyone who’s interested in the wonderful platform that is the Chronicle. We’re currently putting together the team that will strive to keep up the incredible work our predecessors have done. If you’re interested in being a part of it, whether as an editor or writer, don’t hesitate to contact us! We’ll be delighted to hear from you! That’s it from me for now, I hope ….
The Chronicle team has put together a team of expert judges to choose a winner in each of our three Creative Prize categories: poetry, visual art and short fiction. With our winners shortly to be announced and our prizes awarded, we are delighted to introduce you to our panel! Lucy Durneen’s short stories, poetry and non-fiction have been published across the UK, Europe, America and Asia, in journals including World Literature Today, Hotel Amerika, The Amorist, and Lakeview International Journal of Literature and Arts. Her fiction has been shortlisted for the Bridport Prize, nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and Highly Commended in ….