Given the daily political tumult around the world and a certain circus in the United States, it is again time and necessary to state Tuck Magazine’s position amidst the madness.
For all writers, journalists and artists, please read our submissions guidelines page before submitting poetry, fiction, reportage, art or a pitch for an article. It is standard practice for all writers to refer to the guidelines page so that there is no confusion about requirements. It is standard policy in the publishing industry for all writers to adhere to the policies of any publication if they wish for their work to be considered.
Val B. Russell
Editor and Publisher
As many of you have noticed, the publication of this magazine has been sporadic for the past few months. We have been remodeling and redesigning Tuck to fit the needs of readers online and quite frankly, a monthly publication schedule is simply not enough to meet the demands of readers and writers alike who visit and contribute to Tuck. Continue reading “EDITORIAL: TUCK TRANSFORMATION”
the practice of taking someone else’s work or ideas and passing them off as one’s own.
Tuck is no longer a virgin. We lost our innocence earlier this year, courtesy of plagiarist David R. Morgan
Several months ago author Genni Gunn (Solitaria Signature editions 2010) invited me to attend The Writers’ Union of Canada AGM Onwards conference in Ottawa as a guest panelist. The event was held recently from May 30 – June 1 and my role was to discuss book reviewing with moderator and author/editor Ian LeTourneau, co-panelists writer and broadcaster Nigel Beale and last minute addition best selling author/editor Lawrence Scanlon.