Issue #21: TOC + Cover Announcement

We are thrilled to present the cover and table of contents for the 21st issue of FIYAH Literary Magazine. Features include: From Earth to Io, with Love – a short story by Adelehin Ijasan The Red Summer – a short story by Wendy Shaia Brief Life Story of Lila – a short story by Danny Read more

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Palestine Solidarity Special Issue: SUBMISSIONS CLOSED

SUBMISSIONS CLOSED FIYAH Literary Magazine is excited to announce our open period for Palestinian Speculative Fiction writers. We’re reaching out to Palestinians based in Palestine or across the diaspora to share their speculative work with us in either Poetry or Short Story format. We’ll be featuring this work on our website beginning in November 2021 Read more

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No Gods, No Monsters by Cadwell Turnbull

No Gods, No Monsters is something special. Its ambition leaves a lot of room for error, but due to its authors’ past masteries, I went in with high expectations. Cadwell Turnbull has already created ambitious stories that sound too daunting to work but completely do. For a novel to incorporate one incredibly unique idea is Read more

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Introduction to the New FIYAH Art Director, Christian M. Ivey

Through August 15th, we are accepting portfolio submissions from Black artists interested in doing cover art for us in 2022. Add yourself to the list here. Incoming Art Director Christian M. Ivey will be taking over for next year’s covers. He describes what he’s looking for below: Hey y’all,  I wanted to introduce myself a Read more

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Savage Bounty by Matt Wallace

When I reviewed SAVAGE LEGION, I said the book was one that I noticed had something larger to say than could be found in the text. And that holds true again with SAVAGE BOUNTY. Where Legion held up the mirror of an ugly society and kept you in a headlock while looking at it, Bounty Read more

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Artist Interview: Paul Kellam

Artist Paul Kellam is responsible for the glorious cover for FIYAH #19 Sound and Color. We asked him about his art and inspirations below. What inspired you to originally want to be an artist? I’ve been creative since I was very young, my parents said I drew on my walls with crayons and even signed my Read more

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