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...
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It’s perfectly okay to quote an excerpt of another author's work in your writing, but it’s not always okay to do so without permission. If you don’t want to be sued for copyright infringement, it’s important to know when you need permission and when you don't. And...
When a writer is offered a contract—whether it’s for publication of a work or for representation by a literary agency—most writers are on their own. They feel flattered by being offered a contract. They’re eager and excited, or they’re humbled and grateful. Because...
Do I need to copyright my novel, nonfiction book, short story, essay, or poems by registering them with the Copyright Office (Library of Congress) before submitting to literary agents or literary journals and magazines for publication? Whew! That was a mouthful—a...
Writers: Learn how to read, interpret, and negotiate a typical written contract with a literary agency!
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