Read Cécile Barlier’s story, “Polish Dusk,” in the Winter 2015 issue.
Born in France, Cécile Barlier received her master’s degree from the Sorbonne University in Paris. For over a decade, she has lived in the United States, raising a family and working as an entrepreneur. In addition to her time in France and the United States, Barlier has traveled extensively and has lived in Mexico, Spain, and England. She has been a regular student at the Writer’s Studio in San Francisco for many years.
Two of her short stories, “A Gypsy’s Book of Revelations,” and “Forgetting” have been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Her work is featured or is forthcoming in Amarillo Bay, Bacopa Literary Review (first place for fiction, 2012), Cerise Press, Crack The Spine, Knee-Jerk, The Lindenwood Review, New Delta Review, The Penmen Review, Saint Ann’s Review, Serving House Journal, and The Tower Journal.