Writers should not be losing money and sleep by signing on with the publishing company or getting sued for copyright infringement. With the right information, writers can protect their rights and their wallets. ALLi Insights with Helen Sedwick and Orna Ross. How-to for authors.
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Publishing professor Jane Friedman knows the changes that are coming down the publishing track and in this session guides authors in how to make the most of them for best success.
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