Rollick Magazine - The Frantic Issue  June 18, 2015 - July 31, 2015

Reading and Deliberating

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Submissions are now open for Rollick’s second issue on the theme of Frantic.

Reverberating with frenetic energy and endless possibilities, frantic declares a high-octane existence in a brave new world. Frantic connotes rapid movement, bustling cities, and converging (even conflicting) ambitions. It may be over and frenzied or concealed behind a shroud of disquiet and secret.

Rollick’s mandate is to attract cutting-edge, quality content that inspires real engagement. We will consider any pitch that expresses unique and original thought. Ideally, we want you to explore this theme through the prism of popular culture and your experience of society.

You can send in essays, poems, short stories, memoirs, confessionals, experimental writing, post cards, art, illustrations, reviews (of film, music, tv, theatre), satire, photography, and anything else in between.

A monetary prize will be awarded to the most popular post, so its best to get your submissions in early and get the most out of the voting time.

Frantic is an interesting theme because it wrestles not just with emotion, but also our secret and not so secret motives. It suggests disorder, but also connotes our need to bring about control and understand chaos. If you would like to submit your work to us, please email us at submissions@rollickmag.com

For more information, go to www.rollickmag.com

Prizes

$200

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  • Any WritersCafe.org Member can Submit
  • All types of Writing can be Submitted
  • All Genres of Writing can be Submitted
  • Each Contestant May Submit 5 Pieces of Writing
  • Writing may be submitted 6/18/2015 - 7/31/2015
  • Winners will be decided by User Votes

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Vanroyen is solely responsible for the content of this contest, including all promised prizes. Take any promises of large monetary awards with a grain of salt. Contact Vanroyen if you have any further questions.