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As PLR makes its annual payments to writers, we bring you the latest from its Stockton-on-Tees HQ, and talk to its new Head of Policy and Advocacy, Julia Eccleshare
This month, ALCS will pay out over £22.3 million among almost 70,000 Members. Read our guide to what you can expect, from which sources, and when.
An insight into the vital, global work of the International Authors Forum, by its administrator, Katie Webb
This month, ALCS is paying out over £22.3 million among almost 70,000 Members. Read on for answers to some frequently asked questions about this latest ALCS distribution.
For the eighth year running, James Patterson has retained his crown as the Most Borrowed Author in UK libraries.
The longlists for the 2015 CILIP Carnegie & Kate Greenaway Medals, the UK's oldest and most prestigious children's book awards have been announced. ALCS has been a long-time sponsor of these awards.
ALCS is requesting all Members to complete a brief survey on Extended Collective Licensing.
Writer and actor Morwenna Banks has won the 2015 Tinniswood Award for her audio drama Goodbye, a moving account of a friendship negotiating cancer.
ALCS were proud sponsors of the 2015 National Literacy Trust's, "My Words, My World" creative writing copyright education programme. The winners attended a prize-giving event was held at the Free Word Centre in London earlier this month.
ALCS were recent proud sponsors of a Children's Media Foundation event entitled "Storytelling: Can We Be More Adventurous?", an engaging panel discussion around the limitations children's writers are currently experiencing.
As reported in last month's issue of ALCS News, ALCS has developed a new guide to help writers navigate the minefield that is copyright in the 21st century.
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