Posted on 05/09/2022 at 02:41 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
It’s not unusual for the folks at Writer Beware to see a bad clause in a contract once.
But when they see something a few times, then they know to issue a warning.
Michael Capobianco has now encountered clauses that declare the right to "Publisher's Marks" and "Publisher's Content," so he's concerned this might be the start of a new trend.
He offers potential interpretations of these clauses and instructions on what to do if you see it in his very first post for Writer Beware.
Categories: Behind the scenes