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Re: “Author-Illustrator Leonard Wells Kenyon Shares Publishing Nightmare

I'm not sure I understand. It has been THREE years since his work was acquired? What is in his contract? All contracts stipulate time schedules for each phase--first part of advance money given upon signing, then second part upon approval of manuscript. Three years is quite a long time for a publisher NOT to get the work done, especially if it isn't the author's fault. Usually, there is a stipulation in the contract that states, when a manuscript as been received and edited, then the publisher has 12 months to publish it or the contract becomes void. The author does NOT owe the publisher the advance given at this point because he did NOT break the contract.

Posted by Gennita on 10/10/2018 at 9:11 PM

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