April 8th, 2016
This is the third in a subsidiary rights series. If you missed one of the posts, click to read the first or the second article.
In publishing, “merchandising rights” refers to the right(s) to create, market, and sell merchandise (products) based on a book or its characters and settings. “Jurassic Park” T-shirts […]
March 25th, 2016
This is the second of three posts on this subject. You can read the first HERE.
“Copyright” actually contains of a number of “bundled” rights that belong to the author (or copyright holder). Each individual format and language is actually a different (but related) part of an author’s copyright, and the author has […]
January 8th, 2016
Happy New Year!
One of the author’s only chances to terminate a publishing contract unilaterally (a […]
December 11th, 2015
The year is drawing to a close, but our series on anthology contracts is going strong. Today, it’s time to say “show me the money” – and look at some of the different royalty structures in the anthology world.
Some anthologies pay the contributors royalties, while others offer a flat fee, and still […]