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How And When To Get Permission To Use Quotes In Your Writing - Writer's Relief, Inc.

It’s perfectly okay to quote an excerpt of another author’s work in your writing, but it’s not always okay to do so without permission. If you don’t want to be sued for copyright infringement, it’s important to know when you need permission and when you don’t. And that’s not always obvious.

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Huffington Post/Writer's Relief's Writer Wednesday: "Protecting Your Ideas From Literary Scavengers"

Writers who are in the process of submitting their work to agents and editors tend to worry about idea theft.

How much worry is justified, how much is unjustified, and how much worry is just self-sabotage in the making?

And—most importantly—how can writers protect themselves from having their ideas stolen?

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