I write stuff. Each piece of stuff is a story. I also design houses. Each house has at least one storey. I distinguish the two with the ‘e’ after the ‘r.’ This is the standard spelling in every English speaking country except America. A ‘storey’ is defined as any level of a building (upper or lower level) which is flat (level) and can be used for living and working space.
An article written about a level in a building where stuff is written: and in that building the lower level leans, but the upper level is level; and the upper level is used for writing stuff because it doesn’t lean but is level, could be called the LEVEL STOREY STORY LEVEL or the LEVEL STOREY-LEVEL STORY. But if that story is written on the lower level it would be THE STOREY STORY-LEVEL LEVEL LEANS.