In a victory for the National Writers Union and allied writers, the U.S. Copyright Office has closed out its two-year-old study of “Extended Collective Licensing” (ECL) as a legal framework for mass digitization by deciding not to recommend that Congress enact any such law.
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Back in January of 2017, the National Writers Union was joined by three other national organizations of writers in a variety of genres, media, and formats –– the American Society of Journalists and Authors (ASJA), Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA), and Horror Writers Association (HWA) — in a formal Petition for Rulemaking asking […]
DC area arts writers, listen up: Day Eight, a non-profit committed to empowering people to participate in the arts, is providing an opportunity to help you get your career off the ground through a fellowship. The DC Arts Writing Fellowship, which is now accepting applications, is an effort to cultivate arts writers early in their […]