What are First North American Serial Rights, how do they work and what does it mean for you when trying to get your writing published? Find out here.
Have you been questioning whether you can (or should) copyright your title? We have expert advice to help guide you.
With the popularity of retellings, it can be a bit confusing as to what characters you can incorporate into your work and what ones you cant. Here, Brian A. Klems clarifies.
What are first serial rights (or FNASR)? And what do they mean for writers? If a writer sells first rights, can they still resell to other venues and/or collect in a book form? Get the answers here.
Do you need to get a copyright for a pseudonym, or will a copyright for the book under a chosen pen name be sufficient? Brian A. Klems has an answer.
You've probably seen authors include song lyrics in their books. Are they allowed to do that if it's limited passage? Do they have to ask permission? Get the answers here.