Style Guide


For the literature side of things, your voice is your voice. Write it how you will. But please give any submitted work a thorough proofread prior to sending it our way.

For art, the same goes...your vision is your vision. All we can say is that we like a little grit in our art.

Reviews, depending on the subject, should be up to 1,000 words. Have fun, make pop culture references, but maintain a clear perspective on the work being reviewed. We are not interested in rating scales. The audience should be able to tell how you feel by the review itself. Be sure to include positives and negatives. You may also include similar works to the reviewed work (e.g. This band would fit nicely next to Superchunk on your next road trip playlist). 

Interviews can be tricky. We do not have any set questions or length requirements. Interviews should be long enough to be engaging but not so long that it becomes repetitive. We really like to hear about inspirations, and creative spaces, and the process of going from idea to completed work of art.

Opinion/Editorials must be well thought out and have a distinct focus. Preferably, Op/Eds should be less than 1,000 words. If you are unsure if we will be interested in your idea, pitch it to us first via email ( and we will let you know if we would like to read the full piece.