Re: Copywriting a story
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Posted by Stephen L. Anderson on July 21, 2001 at 17:55:58:
In Reply to: Copywriting a story posted by KevinLFOWLER.com on July 21, 2001 at 08:40:54:
Copyright is a form of protection provided to authors of "original works of authorship",
Copyright protects the author's original expression as contained in a creative work but DOES NOT usually extend to any idea, procedure, process, method, system, discovery, name or short title or slogan.
Once your story is essentially complete, and has been fixed - (recorded or written down) you can register a copy with the Library of Congress by filing the appropriate application(s).
We can help you to prepare applications for copyright registration for your writings by filing them with the Library of Congress and/or the Writers Guild of America.
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