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Public domain characters like Tarzan and Dracula are yours to use.
Click To Tweet In the US, the author retains their rights over a work for the entirety of their life, plus the 70 years that follow their death. Or, if the work is published anonymously or for hire, 95 years from publication or years from creation whichever is shorter.
This varies from country to country, but is generally the norm.
Some companies will do somersaults to keep characters out of the public domain but this is the exception rather than the rule, and a studious Google will tell you whether your chosen character is public domain or not. But beware! Copyright is a complex process , and there are many public domain characters who are famous because of facets added by later works.
Copyright In the US and many other countries, authors have copyright over their creations. This is a detailed legal situation, however for fan fiction writers, the chief concern is with derivative works.
Copyright gives the author the sole right to create derivative works, basically works which use protected elements of the source material. This is a pretty cut-and-dry situation, stating that you cannot legally use their characters or settings for fan fiction. There are three ways fan fiction writers may still be free to use copyrighted elements for derivative works.
Parody and satire Here, authors are allowed to use derivative elements of a work in order to parody that work, however what constitutes a genuine parody is a legal decision. And they all know that that means: loss of creative control; cheap merchandising; millions more Muddles swarming over Hogwash.
Barry agrees a plan with Bumblemore; the film must be stopped. Fair use Fair use is a provision made for authors so that some aspects of copyrighted work can be utilized for further creativity.
It should be stated that, like parody, this is a legal defense. Fair use considers four conditions: the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for non-profit educational purposes; the nature of the copyrighted work; the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole; and the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work.
Fair use, parody, and permission - three paths to legal fan fiction. This would still depend on how much of the original work you used and would ultimately come down to a legal decision many writers would consider going to court for this decision too much trouble.
In fact, some have even taken steps to specifically allow publication for sale.
Author permission Because fan fiction often springs up out of dedicated fan bases , many authors are happy for fan fiction to exist. Always wandering around with their noses in their iPhones, up to no good. Well, maybe not. The Toronto-based Wattpad began in , initially providing a mobile platform for 17, public domain works from Project Gutenberg.
By June , the Wattpad app had been downloaded 5 million times. I have had lots of teachers tell me that kids are getting into reading e-books on their smartphones in a big way, but I was short of hard numbers.
Here are some from Wattpad: 3 million stories total, with , new stories added every month 1. What are they doing all this time?
Well, reading for the most part. All the stories on Wattpad are free.
There is a real mix of stuff on the site, everything from early teens posting their very first forays into creative writing, right up to work from published authors like me — more on that below. There are short stories and flash fiction, as well as novellas and full novels too.
All genres are represented but, given the age profile of most readers from early teens to early twenties , YA seems to be huge, followed by paranormal and fantasy in general , and then maybe science fiction and romance. Writers post work in parts i.
There is a lot of interaction on the site too. I know that this approach has resulted in significant sales for me of the paid version — judging by the emails I have received — but I am also keen to spread my ideas as widely as possible, and, considering these tough economic times, to provide a low cost or free way for readers to enjoy my work especially as I tend to price at the higher end of the indie spectrum.
Wattpad approached me just before Christmas to see if I would be interested in making some of my work available there for free , and this seemed like a natural fit.