6 edition of Negotiating a Book Contract - Expanded and Revised (2009) found in the catalog.
by Asphodel Press (and available at www.BookContracts.com)
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||160|
Negotiation Point: If your book requires photographs, permissions or other expensive materials, try to negotiate a budget to pay for these. Otherwise, you must pay for them out of your own pocket. Termination of Contract: Covers the conditions under which the contract can be terminated, including an unacceptable manuscript. And by the time we get to the end of this book, we're going to stand one heck of a chance of walking out of that store with either a new microwave or a refund. If we'd been brought up in a different culture, we'd have a completely different attitude toward negotiation. In many places in the world, negotiation .
Strategic Negotiation was written in –4, but its origins as a book, rather than from my work in complex negotiations, were prompted in February in a letter of friendly advice from an EBS MBA graduate, Louise Hart, at that time a Group. (Note: A later discussion about book contracts appears here.)-- Nancy Mueller. The best resource I found is a book called Be Your Own Literary Agent by Martin P. Levin (Ten Speed Press, -- though there may well be a later edition out now). After reading through his book and getting the lingo for book publishing, I negotiated my own book contract.
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The new revised edition of the book adds a section on Internet works and electronic rights. Even if you have a lawyer or literary agent representing you in your publishing negotiations, it's well worth having a copy of Negotiating A Book Contract on hand while reviewing your own contract/5(14).
Publishing contracts can readily be negotiated that balance the rights and interests -- and meet the needs -- of author and publisher alike. This book is designed to alert authors, and their agents and lawyers, to the many points that are either omitted entirely from some publishers' contracts or are written primarily from the publishers' perspective/5.
Today, I am running a guest post by Jody Rein, a book publishing consultant, literary agent and former executive editor with Big 6, Big 5 publishers in New York.
She shares some helpful advice on understanding and negotiating publishing contracts. A traditional book publisher has offered you a contract—hallelujah. But now what. I always [ ]. Negotiating a Book Publishing Contract (Trade Books) Checklistby Practical Law Intellectual Property & TechnologyRelated ContentThis Checklist outlines key issues for authors to consider when negotiating a trade book publishing contract.
This Checklist addresses copyright ownership and registration, the author's grant of rights, the author's representations and warranties, and provisions for. Negotiating Book Contract Terms and Royalties Warning: This information is based on my personal experiences and confidential communications from others.
It is not intended as legal advice First, my advice to all commercial authors is, get a good lawyer with book contract experience. Book Deal, Business, Publishing Tagged author publisher contract, big publisher, book contract sample, do i need an agent for a book contract, handling an unagented offer from a publisher, have an offer from a publisher, how much money for a book deal, how to negotiate a book contract, negotiating a book contract, offer from a publisher.
A contract is a business agreement for the supply of goods or performance of work at a previously specified and agreed upon price. The payment often comes as an advance against royalties, which allows the author to have a share of income for the life of the book, although sometimes a flat fee payment is made.
Negotiating skills are also handy when it comes time to changing the terms of a contract or just to get all of your relatives to agree on a date for the upcoming family reunion. More than just convincing people, negotiation requires empathy, listening, strategy and an understanding of.
Negotiating a Book Contract: A Guide for Authors, Agents, and Lawyers by Mark L. Levine and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Many books have been written on negotiation tactics and a few books have been written on contract drafting, but no book has combined the two disciplines into one-until now.
Resulting from over 10 years of actual negotiation experience as both buyer and seller, author Stephen Guth offers insight into a world of negotiations and contracts that Reviews: first book deals and know little about the publishing industry, but also to veteran authors who want to better understand the contracts they previously signed or who want tips about how to negotiate for better terms for their latest books.
The contract terms this guide covers are relevant to authors of both fiction and nonfiction and are appli. Negotiating a book contract. Kisco, N.Y.: Moyer Bell, © (OCoLC) Online version: Levine, Mark L. Negotiating a book contract.
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A word about royalties Royalties are the proverbial two birds in the bush. Far better to negotiate for non-refundable advances. Why It's Worth Reading: The book challenges a lot of the common conceptions about negotiating, including the famous win-win bromides and the "BATNA" (Best Alternative to.
Further, I have listed the top 10 best negotiation books in detail. With each of their names, I am also giving a short review and the key takeaways on each one of them. #1 – Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In. This book was originally written 35 years ago in the year Negotiating Collaboration Agreements How to Avoid Common Business and Legal Mistakes.
By Lloyd J. Jassin. I n today's popular culture we see a steady stream of articles, books, plays, screenplays and other works being written collaboratively.
Thanks to online collaborative tools, you don't even have to be in the same room to collaborate in real time. The key text on problem-solving negotiation-updated and revised Getting to Yes has helped millions of people learn a better way to negotiate.
One of the primary business texts of the modern era, it is based on the work of the Harvard Negotiation Project, a group that deals with all levels of negotiation and conflict resolution. Note: The cost of the book ranges between $ and $ and pages justify the purchase of this book, especially when it is designed to make you contract drafting expert.
Book Contract, The $ – $ Two-party, single-issue distributive negotiation between a publisher and a literary agent over the advance payment for the agent's unpublished but very promising client.
Book contracts typically give the publisher (not the author) the right to determine the title of the work. If the book is an extension or outgrowth of the author’s existing business (e.g., Working Solo®, Taming the Paper Tiger®), approval and ownership of the title – which also functions as.
Praise for the Previous Edition “This is a remarkably revealing portrait of a couple dealing with a debilitating chronic illness.” —Kirkus Reviews In this revised and expanded edition of Final Negotiations—a personal account of caring for her partner, Gene Weinstein, and then coping with losing him to chronic emphysema—Ellis reflects back on her experiences as a caregiver, focusing.The terms of the contract can also dictate the specifics of how you will be paid for your book, how much input you have in the appearance of your book, your commitments relating to the manuscript and future works, who is responsible for legal claims stemming from your book’s content, how your book will be promoted, whether and how you can regain control over the rights to your book, and much.
A Manual of Style for Contract Drafting, Third Edition is a uniquely in-depth survey of the building blocks of contract language. First published init offers those who draft, review, negotiate, or interpret contracts an alternative to the dysfunction of traditional contract language and the flawed conventional wisdom that perpetuates it.