Literary Magazines

Literary Magazines: Agbowo, Fiyah, Weganda, Writers Project of Ghana

New editions of Agbowo, Fiyah, Weganda, and the Journal of the Writers Project of Ghana are available for your reading pleasure.


Agbowo Women Issue 24

Agbowó is a platform dedicated to the curation of literary and visual art from across Africa since its establishment in 2017.

Currently on offer is the “Woman Edition” guest edited by Kechi Nomu with cover art by Abisola Gbadamosi. It has fiction, nonfiction, and poetry as well as visual art contributions from Ọrẹolúwa Oyinlọlá, Margaret Muthee, Thabi Moeketsi, Hajaarh Muhammad Bashar, Rahima Gambo, Tryphena L. Yeboah, Iyanuoluwa Adenle, Manthipe Moila, Michelle N’ankra Oppong, Njeri Wangari, Abisola Gbadamosi, and Iman Hassan.

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Journal of the Writers Project of Ghana

Journal of the Writers Project of Ghana

The Journal of the Writers Project of Ghana publishes original work by emerging and established writers of Ghanaians at home and abroad, writers from other African countries, and other writers who write about or from Ghana.

The newest edition which is the second one edited by Ewoenam Akaxoxo (poetry) and Aisha Nelson (poetry) features work by Anima Adjepong, Emmanuella Dekonor, G. Edzordzi Agbozo, Samantha Boateng, Mz Lyrx, Petra Aba Asamoah, Portia Dery, Nenyi Ato Bentum, Afua Awo Twumwa, Lebene Abena Dompreh, Amenuveve Agbitor, Jeffrey Baiden, Eric Tetteh, Azags Agandaa and Michael-Angello Sarbah.

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Fiyah Litmag

Fiyah Winter 2024

Fiyah Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction is an American-based magazine of Black speculative fiction. Also referred to as FIYAH, the magazine was announced in September 2016, inspired among others by the 1920s experimental periodical FIRE! created by Wallace Thurman.

The current issue has writing from among others P.C. Verrone, N Romaine White, Carol B Duncan, Jo Telle, among others.

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Weganda Magazine

Weganda Issue 3

The Weganda Review is a literary journal produced in Uganda as a project of the cultural nonprofit Weganda Foundation. The platform founded by Rodney Muhumuza in 2023 features writers, researchers, academics, artists, and others publishing short fiction, poetry, art portfolios, photography, diaries, reviews, and, especially, essays as cultural criticism.

The current edition, the third, has fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art by among others Rodney Muhumuza, Richard Poplak, Gerald Bareebe, Kwezi Tabaro, Matt Kayem, Gloria Kiconco, Salimah Valiani, Sihle Ntuli, Ntungwerisho Gareth Ezra, Atuhairwe Agrace Mugizi, Nnamdi Oguike, Paul Ssembatya, Ber Anena, Joseph Mugume, Ronex Ahimbisibwe, and Ocom Adonias.

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