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Not Signed or Inscribed. Some creasing to covers and rubbing to edges. Partial loss to front edge of back cover. Chipping to spine ends. These are massive changes for both new and established writers. Thanks Tara and Patsy for letting us know. Like others, I've submitted a fair few to WW but never had any success with them, and from now on I shan't even bother. Let's hope this doesn't become a race to the bottom with the rest of the Womags but it does seem to be very much a sign of the times. But I guess it would be a very mixed blessing now.
I would be thrilled I had finally had an acceptance but certainly the terms would not be acceptable to me. What on earth are they thinking if they thinking at all? Surely the long term effects of this strategy can only damage the magazine? I must admit that, after a handful of sales a couple of years ago, I'd more or less stopped submitting to WW anyway.
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There was no longer any feedback explaining why stories were rejected and it seemed that, even if you did get an acceptance, you might have to wait months to be paid and for the story to be published. I'd decided to stick to other magazines two of them! I hope people's reactions make those behind the decision think again.
This is how to destroy a profession - writers work hard and make magazines a lot of money and are indeed, more important than they are given credit for. Well done for taking a stand Tara. I intend to do the same though it will be very upsetting to give up writing for WW after many years. For me, it is the principle - my work, my copyright, my moral rights. I am sorry to sound negative and I love it that some people will do it anyway, on principle but I have no doubt that this type of stand will have little impact on those in the now faceless corporation who have made the new rules.
Those who might care and who understand that quality will suffer will have no power to change it. I would love to be proved wrong. I would love to see a picket line of writers protesting their rights with no one prepared to cross that line.
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But there will always be enough of those who want to be published to fill in any gaps left behind by those of us who do take a stand. I don't expect anything to change because of it. Which is sad. Tearful — that's exactly how I feel. I'm really upset by this, but I feel very strongly that saying 'No' is the right thing to do. I've just emailed Woman's Weekly to say I won't sell my stories on an 'All Rights' basis and so am having to withdraw the two they planned to publish.
It's a really painful decision but I agree with Patsy, win or lose, sometimes you just have to stick up for the principle of the thing. I'm dreading the fact that this is probably the way the other magazines will go. A few really well know voices might help. Thank you for making us aware of this, Tara.
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It's totally disgraceful. I certainly won't be submitting any more stories to them while these conditions are in place and I'll spread the word. I think they would be very interested in reading it. I'm not a womag writer, but I feel your pain and admire your staunch refusal to be used in this way, and, ultimately, get disrespected. I had no idea that giving up rights means no ALCS payment. I have done exactly that elsewhere knowing that I won't be able to use that writing again. You did absolutely the right thing, Tara - well done to you for making this stand, and to others for intending to do so in the future.
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I've sent stories to WW in the past, though I've never had one accepted, but I won't be sending them any more. There are new writers who don't appreciate what giving away 'All Rights' will mean to them, so a big thank you to you and Patsy for highlighting this issue. New writers, be warned! Is anyone Tweeting?