Wednesday, March 26, 2008

A Couple of Questions To All Concerned

In light of all that's been going on with e-publishers closing their doors, either with or without their authors' knowledge, or e-pubs becoming suspected of stiffing their authors, I was wondering...

If an author has the right to have a publisher's books audited (as per their contract), how would an author go about having it done?

And if auditing rights are not stipulated in the contract, does that mean an author has no recourse?

1 comment:

Diana Castilleja said...

You'd be better to post that at RD or ask the SBTB blog. I do know you can if they have the clause, but it still requires a mediator's interaction. Without, it's going to require legal interaction to get them to release the information, at the least. Pubs can deny everything if they want to, if it isn't in the contract.