Storyfile operates in the interest of experimentation and collaboration, as an outlet for writers and artists to participate and expand their work on the printed page, and as a platform for conversation regarding storytelling and design. The collective spirit of mid-20th-century independent and underground presses is the basis for how we work together and what we produce.
One (1) PDF file of no more than 5,000 words in anything so long as it is fictional. We like short stories, fantastical stories, and sci-fi. Feel free to express some other fiction to us. 

Please cite if the piece has been published elsewhere (online, in print, on a blog, etc) in its current, or a different, format.

We allow simultaneous submissions but ask that you notify us of consenting to publish elsewhere if offered. It will not defect our consideration of your work for Storyfile.
One (1) PDF file of no more than 5,000 words of anything so long as it is not fiction. We like personal essays, investigative journalism, ruminative inquiries, and creative non-fictional works.

Please cite if the piece has been published elsewhere (online, in print, on a blog, etc) in its current, or a different, format.

We allow simultaneous submissions but ask that you notify us of consenting to publish elsewhere if offered. It will not defect our consideration of your work for Storyfile.
One (1) PDF file of up to five (5) separate poems, or no more than fifteen (15) pages. With our intent on creating a print to discuss layout alongside writing, we are particularly interested in works that play with design intentionally as part of their message, but we welcome any mode of poetry.

Please cite if any of the pieces have been published elsewhere (online, in print, on a blog, etc) in its/their current, or different, format.

We allow simultaneous submissions but ask that you notify us of consenting to publish elsewhere if offered. It will not defect our consideration of your work for Storyfile.
One (1) PDF file of ten (10) images exemplifying your work. We welcome any well-printed visual mode, in black and white or color, including illustration, painting, digital works, collage, photography, and film stills. If it's visual, you can submit it.

We work with artists in one of two ways: to showcase one's works as a folio spread in an issue of Storyfile, or by pairing one's artworks with a writer's words. If paired with a written piece, a conversation between you (as the artist), us (as the editors), and them (as the writer) will be conducted to discuss the artwork in tandem with the words.

Please cite if any of the pieces have been published elsewhere (online, in print, on a blog, etc) in its/their current, or different, format.

We allow simultaneous submissions but ask that you notify us of consenting to publish elsewhere if offered. It will not defect our consideration of your work for Storyfile.