How do I make publishing contracts with dirty little claws, inc?
Negotiations are made by e-mail, telephone, and in person. Titles and payments are submitted at the time of publishing contracts. Contracts are signed by authors and corporate shareholders. Signatures are notarized for authors who conduct business without contacting the company in person. Titles are published after contracts are completed.
how do I receive royalty payments?
Dirty Little Claws, Inc., pays royalties from sales at the storefront by check at reasonable amounts of money for reasonable periods of time. One hundred dollars is the standard minimum for payments of royalties, and six months is the standard period for payments.
can I publish anything that I like at dirty little claws, inc?
No. Titles must be copyrightable, and written with the literary traditions at the company. Abstract writing, literary quality, and development of the published collection of titles for an author are considerations for new titles.
can I keep my titles at the storefront indefinitely?
No. Standard publishing contracts are for five consecutive years. Selling at the storefront after five years requires another contract. Imprint charges for additional contracts are negotiable.
do I need to contact the company after my titles are published?
Yes. Dirty Little Claws, Inc., expects authors to communicate reasonably with the company about the business of publishing and future titles. Authors are expected to communicate reasonably with purchasers of their titles.