Tuesday, December 25, 2018
Write for Magazine Publication - series #8
Writing for Magazine Publication is a great way to monetize your writing and test the interest level of your topic. This series has offered tips for magazine publishing. (Topic archive below)
Essays are all about the writer; articles are all about the reader. An essay is an opinion piece. An article is non-fiction text.
Today, we’ll talk about Letter of Agreements and Copyright.
Letter of Agreement:
An informal outline of all the terms you agree to is a Letter of Agreement (LOA). It is in the format of a letter with signature lines at the bottom. The agreement covers the following and acts to clarity the agreement:
1. Annotates the services provided, and those not provided
a. High level editing with “track changes” using Word
2. The due date for the publishers receipt of your article or essay
a. Delivery as a Word.doc with “track changes” active
3. The delivery terms detailing the manner in which the publisher wants to receive and edit your piece:
a. Format, electronic delivery or otherwise
b. Style choices determined by AP Style Guide and client’s house style
c. Editing shall preserve the author’s tone and style
4. Payment rate per word or flat fee
5. Payment terms (check/PayPal etc.)
This link may be helpful:
A Copyright is the exclusive legal right to reproduce, publish, sell or distribute a piece of writing.
The best thing I can offer you are links to the technical aspects of the Copyright Law of the United States.
Helpful Links for Copyrights:
This series offers tips and ideas for magazine publishing: a list of genres or categories and where we find ideas (posted 5.25.18), research tips (posted 6.25.18), standard templates for essay and article pieces (7.25.18), query letters (informal known to editor 8.25.18) and (formal query tips 9.25.18), guidelines for submission (posted 10.25.18), and contracts (posted 11.25.2018), and LOA & copyright tips (posted 12.25.2018).
Deborah Lyn Stanley is an author of Creative Non-Fiction. She writes articles, essays and stories. She is passionate about caring for the mentally impaired through creative arts. Visit her web-blog: Deborah Lyn Stanley : MyWriter's Life .
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