Jacqui Lipton is a law professor and the director of Authography LLC, a company dedicated to helping authors and artists with legal and business issues. She writes fiction and law books, and holds an MFA in fiction writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts as well as a Ph.D. in law from Cambridge University. She loves reading and writing speculative fiction and is the mother of three children and (apparently) three cats.
- On The Books: Writing About Real People
- Copyright versus Plagiarism
- Assigning and Licensing Your Copyrights
- Securing Your Author Domain Name
- Writing About Historical Figures
- Contracts with Agents and Publishers
- Author Interview: Maggie Shen King (“An Excess Male”)
- So you want to make a book trailer …?
- Trademarks and Book Titles
- Literary Agents and Financial Mismanagement: What Can an Author Do?
- Changing Agents . . . and those Pesky Ongoing Commissions
- To PR or Not to PR?
- Working with Illustrators and Artists
- How Much Will It Cost Me to . . .
- More on Morality Clauses
- Fiction Can Defame…