Re: Royalties (in lieu of fee) and contract

Subject: Re: Royalties (in lieu of fee) and contract
From: Peter Kent <techwr -at- ARUNDEL -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 23 May 1997 17:01:00 -0600

> I'm being asked to revise a handbook on a royalty-only basis, am not sure
> what to watch for in the contract.

Check the Studiob Web site ( ), which is run by a
computer-book agency; they also have a mailing list, a list full of
computer-book authors, publishers, editors, etc. These people do a lot of
royalty deals. Also, see Ivan Hoffman's Web site. He's a publishing and
copyright lawyer, and has some articles about things to consider in royalty
deals ( )

Peter Kent

Coming in the fall, the revised Technical Writer's Freelancing
Guide. New Title: Making Money in Technical Writing. 80 percent
more info. See for more...

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