Authors should be able to retain ownership of their copyrights and to recover those rights if a publisher is unwilling or unable to exploit them.
Some publishers or publications may demand that you assign your copyright to them. It is important for writers to maintain ownership of the work they license, so that they have some say over future uses.
We believe that you should maintain control of your work if you wish. And we will help you recover rights when a publisher lets your work go out of print or otherwise fails in its obligations.