A fantastic, clear presentation of some basic copyright and publishing rights information that you may not know.
One of the fun things about going to writers’ conferences as a publisher and editor as well as a poet is that I often get to give talks on the publishing end of literature. Of course, I love talking about the craft of writing, but I’m an odd duck in that I also happen to love the arcane details of publishing. One of the topics that writers typically want to discuss at conferences is that of rights. What are they, anyway? How do you know if you’ve used them? How does a writer protect her work?
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