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Get your digital copy of Rogue Magazine - June issue on Magzter and enjoy BREAKING THE NEWS: An exhaustive study of the Philippines Free Press. Rogue Magazine is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year. It's been known for smart content, as well as for some of the most iconic. MANILA, Philippines - On April 3, “Ilustrado” author Miguel Syjuco accused Rogue Magazine of featuring his work in their April issue without his.
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Did Rogue go rogue on Miguel Syjuco?
What kind of self-respecting magazine does that? And don't they understand the concept of copyright?
This is unacceptable; I eke out a living from writing. We should hold our country's so-called top magazines to a higher standard of ethics rogue magazine philippines professionalism.
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How can we trust their journalism if they pull stunts like this? The mistake Rogue magazine philippines visit to Rogue. An issue write-up states: I own the copyright to my work, yet I was never asked, contracted, offered payment, or even told that my work would be included in this month's issue of Rogue.
Guerrero apologized to Syjuco rogue magazine philippines the latter contacted him after the issue exploded.
Miguel Syjuco is the award-winning author of the novel 'Ilustrado. I and my literary agents always make sure I retain copyright for all the work Rogue magazine philippines publish — to avoid situations like this, and so that I can one day use my own work in my own collections or anthologies.
But now that the damage has been done, Syjuco hopes for 3 courses of action from Rogue: As of the time of the Rappler interview, Syjuco had not received a response from Rogue except for an apology from their online editor Mara Coson.
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