FAQ

Submitting:


Who can submit? Do I have to be a Deakin student?

Both WORDLY Magazine and WORDLY Online accept submissions from anyone! You do not have to be a Deakin student.

You will have an equal opportunity of being published in WORDLY Magazine regardless of whether you’re affiliated with Deakin University or the Deakin Writers Club.

For WORDLY Online, Deakin students are prioritised and preferred.


How do I submit?

You can submit to WORDLY Online by emailing wordlymagazine@gmail.com with either your submission, or a pitch for your submission.

WORDLY Magazine accepts submissions during designated submission periods. Submissions for the final print edition of 2020 are expected to open in July/August.


What can I submit?

Anything! WORDLY accepts written and artistic pieces of any form–fiction, non-fiction, news, article, poetry, experimental, photography, drawing, painting, cross-media, anything.

There are a few guidelines and requirements, and you can read about all of those here.


Compensation:


Does WORDLY pay contributors?

WORDLY is pleased to be able to offer a small payment per piece to contributors of our print magazine.

While we accept pieces for WORDLY Magazine from everyone, we’re only able to pay contributors that fit the following conditions:

Front Cover Artists must be a Deakin student.

Contributors must be a Deakin student and be a Deakin Writers Club member. You can become a Deakin Writers Club member here.

Due to our funding arrangements with Deakin University and DUSA, we are currently unable to pay WORDLY Online contributors.

If you have any queries or concerns about this, please email wordlymagazine@gmail.com


Does WORDLY pay staff/the WORDLY team?

WORDLY is fortunate in being able to provide a small payment to the production team of WORDLY Magazine, our print magazine.

In order to be paid, WORDLY staff must be a Deakin student and a Deakin Writers Club Member.
The Designer has slightly relaxed requirements, and just has to be a Deakin student to be paid.

Payment is made per edition, so a team member must have worked on an edition to be paid for it.

Due to our funding arrangements with Deakin University and DUSA, we are currently unable to pay our team for WORDLY Online.

If you have any queries or concerns about this, please email wordlymagazine@gmail.com


How is payment made?

Payment is made directly into your bank account from DUSA.
Following the launch of the relevant edition, an email will be sent out with forms for you to complete. These forms must be completed and returned by the due date for payment to be completed.

If you have any queries or concerns about this, please email wordlymagazine@gmail.com