As a member of the Authors Guild, you’re entitled to our legal help, web services, access to all of our seminars and member events, our member directory, the Back in Print program, our quarterly Bulletin, and more. You can find out about all we offer by following the links below.
Our experienced legal team offers reviews of publishing (including e-publishing), agency, and other book-related contracts—at no cost to members. We’ll also provide suggestions for negotiating strategies and, if necessary, intervene in publishing disputes. Our familiarity with industry standards improves our members’ negotiating strength, leading to better, more author-friendly contracts.Learn More About Legal Help
Members of the Authors Guild have access to various web services, including website hosting, domain name registration, personalized email accounts, and our free or low-cost website building service.Learn More About Author Websites
Access articles, forms, and other resources to help you in your writing career. From submitting to literary journals to finding the right agent, from managing your expectations of your publisher to marketing and promoting your work, these resources offer tips and guidance for success at every stage of your publishing career.Learn More
Connect with Authors Guild members. Member profiles are *opt in* so only those members who have chosen to be listed are included.View Member Profiles
The Authors Guild Bulletin is a quarterly publication covering the latest in publishing, copyright, legal, and legislative news.Learn More About the Bulletin
The Authors Guild is partnering with Open Road Integrated Media to let Guild members republish their out-of-print titles as e-books and print-on-demand editions through the Back in Print program. We’ll be accepting new titles in the fall. More details are coming soon.Learn More About Back in Print
Protect yourself against claims of libel, invasion of privacy, copyright/trademark infringement, plagiarism, and errors & omissions with media liability insurance through AXIS PRO. Under most publishing agreements, you the author are personally liable for such claims, and even if the publisher’s insurance will cover the claim, you will likely be liable for the deductible, which can be very high.Learn More About Media Liability Insurance