Cyaegha is a literary small press publication by Graeme Phillips.
The word 'Cyaegha' is comes from the short story "Darkness, My Name Is" by Eddy C. Bertin (Dunwich Dreams). Cyaegha is devoted to wierd fiction and horror stories, with an emphasis on Cthulhu Mythos work, inspired by H. P. Lovecraft.
The first issue was published in Spring 2008, and was entirely devoted to Eddy C. Bertin, and included his essay "My European Mythos", poems, an interview, a bibliography and glossary. The cover was by Paul Carrick.
Issue two was released in Winter 2008, and featured an interview with Toren Atkinson and art work by him, poetry by Wade German, fiction and an essay by Eddy C. Bertin, artwork by Tais Teng, and a collaborative illustrated story by Eddy C. Bertin and Tais Teng. The cover was by Toren Atkinson.
Issue 3 was devoted to Vol Molesworth, and appeared in Autumn 2010. The cover drawing of Molesworth was by Tom Hubble. It featured fiction by Molesworth, and an eassy on his work by James Doig.
The fourth issue came out in Spring 2011, and included fiction by Frank Daman, Murray Ewing, David C. Kopaska-Merkel, and Don Webb. Poetry was by Cardinal Cox, Wade German, Ann K. Schwader, and Richard L. Tierney. Reviews were by Paul Harrland, Tais Teng and Richard L. Tierney. Art work was by Tais Teng, and the cover was by Leon Alkinson.
Issue 5, from Autumn 2011, was a special issue devoted to Sweden, and included a cover by Jonas Anderson, and interior art work by Jonas Anderson and Nicolas Krizan. Essays were by martin Andersson, and Rickard Berghorn, reviews by Andrew Coulthard, and fiction by Anders Fager, and Fredrik F.G. Granlund. Poetry was by Cardinal Cox. Also included is an interview with Anders Fager is by Stefan Nordin. Some of the writing in this issue was in Swedish.
Issue 6, from Spring 2012, featured cover art by Torn Atkinson, with interior art work by Torus Atkinson, and Tais Teng. Essays were by Jaap Boekestein, Eddy C. Bertin, and Marcel Orie. Fiction was by Cornelis Alderlieste, Jaap Boekestein, Marcel Orie, and Tais Teng. Poetry was by Eddy C. Bertin, and Cardinal Cox. Some writing was in Dutch and German.