PIYE Magazine is an independently published anthology of quirky prose and poetry based in the United Kingdom. Its main aim is to seek out the best unpublished writers and help them reach new readers. We pride ourselves on our unique brand of Brit Lit. PIYE is published in a full colour A5 magazine with electronic copies available online soon. Some submissions, but not all, will have accompanying illustrations done by our designer.
PIYE accepts submissions in the following genres - horror, science fiction, speculative fiction, black comedy, fantasy and thriller.
Word limits for submissions are as follows; 300 words of prose and 40 lines for poetry. These limits are negotiable in certain circumstances but must be cleared with the editor. For full submission guidelines please click on the ‘How To Submit’ tab at the side of this page.
If you would like to get involved behind the scenes please feel free to drop a message in our ask box or email us at PIYEHUB@GMAIL.COM.
PIYE was founded in 2012 by two best buds from the UK. After surviving university with degrees and pasta addictions to prove it they decided to collaborate on PIYE together.
Luke “Mulder” Thornhill – Graphic designer.
Luke is 23 years old and lives in Sheffield. He loves Haribo, horror films and fine liners. He is the creative talent behind all of PIYE’s branding and illustrations.
Ionie “Scully” Ince – Editor.
Ionie is 22 years old and is from a little town near Liverpool. She loves books, stationary and brogues. She is the brains behind the operation. (Ed. – Luke said this not me!)