I forgot my password! What do I do now?

To recover a lost password, click here and enter the e-mail address with which you registered. Your password will be sent to you shortly.

What kinds of stories are allowed?

See our Submission Rules.

How do I contact the site administrators?

You can e-mail us via our contact form.

How do I submit stories?

If you have not already done so, please register for an account. Once you've logged in, click on Account Information and choose Add Story. The form presented there will allow you to submit your story.

What are the ratings used on the site?

We use the ratings system from

What are the story classifications?

Stories are classified by categories, genres, and warnings.

How do I add a story?

Go to your Account Info page and click on "Add New Story." It will show you the Submission Guidelines at the top, so scroll down to get to the add form. After you add all the info, you click on "Add Story." You can preview it if you want, but it will not look exactly the same as it will in the archive, so it's almost better to add the story, go look at it, and then use the Edit function if you want to make changes. And you're done!

How do I add a chapters to a story?

Go to your Account Info page and click on "Manage Stories." Next to each story should be a selection of links. Click on "Add New Chapter." This will take you to an abbreviated add page, because you do not have to list the genre and category etc all over again--you just need to add the chapter information. Once you put the new chapter in, click "Add Story."

What is the "c<--!>url" error and how do I get around it?

Some servers do not allow the use of the word "c<--!>url" or any versions (c<--!>urled, c<--!>urling etc) to be used with PHP code, because it can be used for nasty hacking stuff.

The c<--!>url error comes and goes at the WRFA, because it seems to get switched on every time they move or upgrade our server. When our host is in disallow mode for the word curl, you will not be able to upload any new story or edit any existing story that contains that word; you will get an error message.

One way around this error is to place a small bit of code in every instance of the word c<--!>url in your story. This code will be invisible to people viewing the final uploaded version of your story, because it disappears on the screen.

Simply put this between the "c" and the "url" so it breaks up the word: < !-- > < --! >

You will need to close all the spaces I've left between the characters in order for this to work. (If I close all the spaces here, it will disappear and you will not be able to see it!)

You will need to do this for every instance of every variation of c<--!>url in your story.

c < !-- > < --! > url

The easiest way to do this is to use the "Find" function in Word to fine every c<--!>url in your story.