Category Literary

Information: Letters

There is no copyright protection for ideas or concepts as such. It is only when those ideas become available in physical form i.e. as a literary work, that they are afforded copyright protection.
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Information: Poetry

There is no copyright protection for ideas or concepts as such. It is only when those ideas are expressed in a form from which they can be reproduced i.e. as a literary work, that they are afforded copyright protection. Copyright protection applies to all original literary works. The term literary work means any work, (other than a dramatic or musical work,) which is written, spoken or sung, and includes poetry.
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Information: Useful Literary Organisations

The British Copyright Council cannot provide specialist knowledge of copyright and contractual issues in the literary and publishing field. Such information can be obtained from the following organisations:
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