We welcome all submissions from any student enrolled in an Indiana college or university. You are welcome to submit more than once, and we encourage you to create a Submittable account of your own. We thank you for sending us your work, and urge you to keep working!


NOTE: You MUST be an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in an Indiana college or university in order to submit your work. Non-students' work will not be considered. Include in your bio: name of your college, title of your piece, date created, (visual artist also include; medium, size and a brief description of the art piece).

Create a 3-4 minute video of your solo or group performance and upload in mp3 format. Questions? Contact sterbeck@umail.iu.edu
**Include in your bio: Name of your college, title of your piece, date created.
We consider prose of up to 8,000 words in length, and we prefer manuscripts that are double-spaced in 11 or 12 point font with numbered pages, formatted as either .pdf or .doc files. Translations are welcome. Questions? Contact Steph Beckner (sterbeck@umail.iu.edu for further assistance.

NOTE: Tributaries does NOT accept fanfiction. If you submit fanfiction knowingly, or try to pass off a fanfic as something original, your submission will be rejected.

**Include in your bio: Name of your college, title of your piece, date created. 




We consider prose of up to 8,000 words in length, and we prefer manuscripts that are double-spaced in 11 or 12 point font with numbered pages, formatted as either .pdf or .doc files. Translations are welcome. Questions? Contact Steph Beckner (sterbeck@umail.iu.edu for further assistance.

**Include in your bio: Name of your college, title of your piece, date created.

Please send no more than 6 poems per submission, and do not send more than 4 poems if longer than 3 pages each. We prefer manuscripts that are double-spaced in 11 or 12 point font with numbered pages, formatted as either .pdf or .doc files. Translations are welcome. Questions? Contact Steph Beckner (sterbeck@umail.iu.edu for further assistance.
**Include in your bio: Name of your college, title of your piece, date created. 

All mediums of art are welcome. In lieu of originals, please send high-resolution digital images of work (JPEG or PNG). Visual works must also be publishable in black and white, however, when funding allows may be published in full color. NOTE: (all art except photography, digital art, etc.) If you do not have access to creating a high resolution image of your art work, our Visual Arts Editor can assist you. Please contact either Steph Beckner (sterbeck@umail.iu.edu) or Paula Woodlief (pwoodlie@iue.edu) to set up a time to have your artwork photographed. 

**Include in your bio: Name of your college and current status, title of your piece, date created, (visual artist also include; medium, size and a brief description of the art piece).