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2021 a Banner Year for Works in Public Domain

Each year, when the calendar turns over to January 1, a slew of 95-year-old works become public domain. This means their copywright expires, and the material can be used by any and all without paying a fee. This year’s batch has quite the headliner: The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. In what must have […]

Have You Always Wanted to Buy a Big 5 Publisher?

Now’s your chance! Simon & Schuster, one of the so-called “Big 5” New York publishing houses, has been put up for sale by its parent company, ViacomCBS. According to an article in The New York Times: ViacomCBS, announced (that), after a “strategic review,” the book publisher was no longer essential to its business and that […]