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What rights do authors have?

Work(s) are any materials that have been submitted to Rollick by contributors, including images, video, sound, and text. The data and content on the Site, except Work(s), as well as the selection, organisation, coordination, compilation and overall look and feel of the Site (collectively, the “Collection”) are the intellectual property of Vanguard Creative Pty Ltd (“Rollick,” “we,” or “us”).

The copyright of Work(s) published by Rollick belong to the contributor. The copyright of the Collection belongs to Rollick.

You must own the intellectual property in Work(s) that you submit to Rollick. In accepting such Work(s), Rollick will take it as given that you have asserted such rights. In submitting Work(s) to Rollick, you are granting us the licence to publish the content on the the Rollick Magazine website.

All Work(s) will be correctly attributed to the contributor. Rollick will honour any requests to withdraw Work(s) from the publication. If any contributor wishes to withdraw their Work(s), they should contact us, and their material will be withdrawn.

Rollick reserves the right to publish or not publish submitted Work(s).

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