Tuesday, November 1, 2016


Note to Book Author: It is best to wait for acceptance of your manuscript, before writing for permissions. Your publisher then will be able to give you the information to include in your request letter: title of your book, prospective date of publication, price, size of book, and number of copies in the first printing.

Note to Periodical Writers: When writing for periodicals, it us usually best to get these permissions before submitting your article.

Note to All Authors: Anytime your material is heavily dependent on a particular quotation, poem, or line from a song, you may want to ascertain whether you can get the required permission and if there is a reasonable charge, before you get too far into your project.

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