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F Newsmagazine is a monthly print publication and online journal of arts, culture, and politics. Approximately 6,000 print copies are distributed to readers across Chicago, and our website is accessed by thousands of users every week. We currently only accept submissions from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago community, though we welcome pitches and suggestions for stories that relate to our coverage.

Print Guidelines

One page in F carries about 750 words. We occasionally publish two-page spreads, depending on how much weight your topic merits. Reviews should aim to be around 700 words. Pitch your idea to an editor in the submission form, and we can give you guidelines for word count and style.

Online Guidelines

We publish web exclusive content in addition to multimedia content that supplements material from our monthly print issue. Submit high-res photos, videos, art, comics, and illustration, or send a pitch to editors@fnewsmagazine.com. Visit vimeo.com/fnewsmagazine to view our recent videos.

3 Responses to Submit

  1. Rufino Jimenez says:

    I just wanted to make a correction in the story of the low red open studios. The art work that was photographed in Nyugen studio the skull made of money. Was a collaboration between he and I. All other work in the studio was his own.

  2. Skye says:

    Chicago Market will be a big, bright, beautiful community-owned grocery store featuring local, sustainably farmed, organic produce, meat and dairy products, as well as all of the other staples you’d expect from your market — dry goods, bulk foods, frozen foods, wine, beer and liquor. Chicago Market aims to educate the community about ‘farm-to-table’ practices along with informing the public about nutrition, ingredient sourcing and food production. Their bottom line comes down to these three main principals; People, Planet and Profit.
    I am really excited about Chicago Market and want to take this opportunity to introduce this to the young and artistic SAIC community.