Translation Rights

Anthem Press sells foreign language rights to a range of international publishers. Our books have been translated into Chinese, French, German, Turkish, Arabic, Spanish, Italian, Korean, Polish and Russian languages. If you are interested in buying translation rights and would like to see a review copy of any of our books, please contact rights@anthempress.com.

English Language Reprint Rights

If you are interested in buying reprint rights and would like to see a review copy of any of our books, please contact rights@anthempress.com.

Permissions

If you would like to use material or excerpts from any Anthem Press book, please submit the bulleted information below to permissions@anthempress.com.

      •     Your name, address, email address and phone number
      •     Book title, author, chapter and page numbers of the material or extract you wish to use
      •     Title and author of your project/publication
      •     Publisher or organization name
      •     Format (hardcover, paperback, e-book, audio, CD, etc.)
      •     Publication date, page count, price and print run
      •     Distribution territory
      •     Languages

Short Extracts:

You do not need to request formal permission or pay fees for small extracts that fall under fair dealing, although full acknowledgement of the author, title and Anthem Press must be made. Fair dealing covers the following:

      •     Single extracts of continuous prose of less than 400 words
      •     Series of extracts from the same work of prose up to a total of 800 words, of which no 
            single extract exceeds 300 words
      •     A single extract of poetry of 40 lines or a series of extracts totalling 40 lines, provided 
            that this does not comprise more than 25% of the complete poem

If you are unsure whether your intended use falls under fair dealing, please email permissions@anthempress.com.

Electronic Rights

E-book versions of many Anthem Press titles are available online. To find out more, visit our E-Books page.

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