No matter what genre you write in, at some point you may find yourself wanting to quote someone else’s work. Unless the quote is in the public domain, using a direct quote from another book, poem, song, movie, blog, or other source requires formal permission from the...
Independence Day is a great time for Americans to take a moment and reflect on the laws that allow us to freely explore our creative potential—and then publish what we’ve written! The freedom to write what we want without censorship (and to read what we want) has a...
Learn what rights you are granting to a publisher when you do not have a written or formal contract. What it means when you don’t have a formal agreement for publication, and how you can protect the rights to your writing (like a story, essay, or poem).
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