The Business of Being an Author - A Survey of Author’s Earnings and Contracts - report published
Queen Mary University of London has published its final report on a research project funded by the Authors' Licensing and Collecting Society (ALCS) into the business of being an author.
'The Business of Being an Author - A Survey of Author’s Earnings and Contracts' report, published on 20 April 2015, is the result of a extensive survey of authors to investigate earnings, contractual conditions and the business of being an author. The research was conducted by Professor Johanna Gibson, Professor Phillip Johnson (Cardiff University) and Dr Gaetano Dimita. The interim findings were published in July 2014 and received coverage by the BBC, the Guardian, the Daily Telegraph and the Evening Standard.
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