Storyboard: A Journal of Pacific Imagery is accepting submissions of previously unpublished work from the original writer or artist for Issue 14 until 21 December 2013. Storyboard publishes quality poetry, fiction, and non-fiction written in English or any other Pacific language (with translations into English), as well as visual art. The journal’s mission is to foster literary activity in Guam and the broader Pacific.We welcome submissions from published and unpublished writers and artists in or from the region, or writings and artwork about the region. We particularly wish to encourage writers and artists from Micronesia.
Poetry: Submit up to 5 poems, a maximum of 10 pages.
Prose: Submit up to 3 prose entries with a maximum of 2,500 words each, double-spaced.Longer works may be considered; please query first.
Artwork:Submit up to 5 pieces of visual art.
Authors of works in Pacific languages should provide at least rough translations into English for initial evaluation. The journal is willing to arrange help with translations.
Include your name, address, phone number, email address, and the title of the work on a cover sheet rather than on the work itself.
Please advise us if you are submitting the same work(s) to other publications, and let us know if the work is accepted by another publication. Storyboard publishes only previously unpublished work submitted by the original author or artist.
Works accepted for publication will appear in a print edition of Storyboard, will be archived online at Storyboard's website, and may appear in Storyboard reprints or anthologies.
Storyboard prefers to receive submissions by email, but accepts submissions sent by regular mail.
Submissions via email
Submissions via regular mail
C/O Division of English & Applied Linguistics
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
University of Guam
Mangilao, GU 96923, USA
If your submission is rejected it will be returned in the SASE, or you may instruct us to destroy the copy and notify you in the SASE.
Storyboard is published by the Division of English and Applied Linguistics in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences of the University of Guam. The purpose of Storyboard is to foster and promote literary activity on Guam and throughout the Western Pacific.
Now available for purchase.Storyboard 12 is now available for purchase at $15 per copy at the Division of English and Applied Linguistics on the campus of University of Guam. E-mail EnglishDivision@uguam.uog.edu for further information.