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Prof. Evans Talks Lit Law at NJ Beach Writers Retreat

October 16, 2013 Leave a comment

UPDATE: Event was canceled, to be rescheduled in 2014.

The North Wildwood Beach Writers, in conjunction with Atlantic Cape Community College, will host their first Autumn Retreat on Oct. 27. The registration deadline is October 17th.

This one-day seminar, a satellite of North Wildwood Beach Writers Conference held in June every year, focuses on protecting your rights as an author.

Guest speaker is Tonya M. Evans, Associate Professor of Law at Widener University School of Law and an attorney specializing primarily in intellectual property (copyright and trademark).

Tonya is also a performance poet, singer and writer, and the author of numerous books, including “Literary Law Guide for Authors: Copyright, Trademark, and Contracts in Plain Language.” Her short story, “Not Tonight,” appears in “Proverbs for the People.”

In the afternoon, award-winning author Don Helin, (“Devil’s Den”) will discuss his perspective. Attendees will receive Continuing Education Credits from Atlantic Cape Community College.

The Retreat takes place at Jessie Creek Winery, 1 N. Delsea Drive in Cape May Court House, NJ from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. A continental breakfast, gourmet lunch, and networking wine tasting are included.

Visit nwbwc.com for details and registration form. Or e-mail nwbwc12@gmail.com.

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Evans Presents Legal Side of Writing Teleclass for “Write Your Book in 30 Days” Participants

August 7, 2013 Leave a comment

On Thursday, August 8th, Professor Evans will present the popular Legal Matters that Matter teleclass  to over 2000 members of the “Write Your Book in 30 Days” Challenge, created by Andrew Morrison and co-facilitated by Joy Farrington.

About The Legal Matters that Matter to Writers Teleclass
LWPdotcom_april2011It is an informative and engaging presentation tailored specifically for writers and independent publishers who want straightforward, clear, and concise answers to the most common and pressing legal issues in the publishing industry. After attending this workshop you will understand:

  • how copyright is created and protected
  • what is considered a fair use in print and on the Internet
  • what can and cannot be copyrighted
  • how legally to refer to real people, places, and events in one’s own work
  • the real deal about the myth of the Poor Man’s copyright
  • the critical timing of when to register your work with the Copyright Office
  • the most common contracts involved in securing, licensing and transferring copyright and other rights
  • things to consider when you are sealing the deal

Image of Literary Law Guide for AuthorsThe workshop is based on the award-winning Literary Entrepreneur Series of books Literary Law Guide for Authors, Copyright Companion for Writers and Contracts Companion for Writers.

About “Write Your Book in 30 Days”!
The Write Your Book in 30 Day! Challenge was created by Andrew Morrison and is co-facilitated, Joy Farrington.
During the challenge (which happens several times each year), participants are encouraged to write a 70-100 pages book that will help them brand their brilliance. Andrew and Joy believe that a book is the new business card and share with participants how to use their book to:
  1. Build their brand
  2. Gain New Customers
  3. Build Trust with Potential Customers
  4. Attract Media Attention
  5. Build an Author Platform
  6. Becoming known as an Expert in their Industry
  7. Creating a Stream of Passive Income

Click here to participate in the challenge & this EXCLUSIVE teleseminar

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