Simultaneous Submissions vs Simultaneous Publications
Please note that Rollick Magazine has very strict guidelines about simultaneous publications (although simultaneous submissions are a-ok!). The distinction between these two terms are explained below.
Simultaneous Submissions – Rollick Magazine is happy to accept simultaneous submissions. This means if you have work(s) that you would like to see published, we don’t mind if you send it to us, as well as a few other publishers, too. This is a great way to circulate your work and gauge the interest it generates.
Simultaneous Publications – While Rollick Magazine is happy to accommodate simultaneous submissions, we do not accommodate simultaneous publications. Accordingly, if your work is accepted by another publication, and you wish to go ahead with that publication, please do let us know, so we can pull your work from consideration in Rollick Magazine.
Please observe the following guidelines when determining the suitability of work(s) on the question of simultaneous publication.
All the works published by Rollick Magazine must be unique to this publication. This means that:
- We do not accept for publication any work that has already been published elsewhere; and
- We will have to pull from publication any work that is found to be published by other publications.
Part of the Rollick Magazine mandate is to publish unique and engaging content. In order to do this, we need to ensure that the works we publish are distinctive to our publication so that Rollick Magazine can truly be a destination for rare and distinctive content.