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Permissions in 5 Easy Steps (or Less)
If you plan to use copyrighted material in your book, you must obtain permission to use that material. The easiest way to deal with the issue is avoid using copyrighted material. However, if you still plan to use copyrighted material in your book, you can make things easier if you begin the permissions process when you begin developing your sample chapters.
Determine which of the following describes your situation based on who owns the copyrighted material:
5 Easy Steps
Stephenie Joyner, Acquisitions Editor