Jibril Stevenson

Jibril Stevenson graduated from the University of Puerto Rico more years ago than he would care to admit, and spent most of the intervening years making the world safe for democracy. Newly retired, he’s now writing Muslim Westerns, when not yelling at kids to get off his damn lawn. He currently lives in Delaware with his wife and children, a lizard and two guinea pigs, and is trying to decide whether an Oxford comma would make this sentence better or worse. His short fiction has appeared in Best Indie Speculative Fiction (2020), Strange Religion, New Maps and Toyon Literary Magazine. You can find him at jibrilstevenson.wordpress.com or on Twitter

Jibril has contributed to the anthology, A Flight of Dragons with his short story, Chema Valdez and the Terror of the Sierra Madre.


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