Writers get sued sometimes. Other times, writers do the suing. And sometimes, even the reading public gets in on the (legal) action. If the thought of getting embroiled in a lawsuit makes a chill run down your spine, Writer’s Relief recommends that you read about...
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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...
Writers: Learn how to read, interpret, and negotiate a typical written contract with a literary agency!
Answers to many questions about using a pen name or pseudonym. Avoid legal complications, tax and payment problems, and publishing contract confusion.
Creative nonfiction. How to write about real life situations without getting into trouble. Learn methods that can help you protect yourself from potential lawsuits if you’re writing about real people and events.
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