[HNW] Thank you for the Informative Post

Wanda Pease wandap at hevanet.com
Sat Jun 30 20:59:56 PDT 2007

Can you tell us why Corporate books get a longer copyright than books
published by human authors (I know that the corporations are made up of
humans - at least we think they're human - but it is the fictional
"Corporation" that gets the copyright).  Do you know why the difference?

A very good and straight forward explanation of book publishing, the costs,
and current state.  Very well done and very informative.
Thank you Fran.


> When I wrote the above, I was trying to make people realize that a
> tremendous amount of work, time, and money goes into writing and
> publishing a book. That is, several years of time, and tens of thousands
> of dollars, even for a very modest publishing project. Most copyright
> owners; the publishers who help them produce their book;, and the
> freelance editors, illustrators, book designers, indexers, and marketers
> hired by either party, simply cannot afford to invest all this time and
> money without recouping their investments and hopefully making a profit.
> Frances Grimble
> Lavolta Press Books on Historic Costuming and Needlework
> http://www.lavoltapress.com

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