the most recent information I have is that +one+ copy has to be sent to the
Legal Deposit Office, which acts on behalf of the British Library at Euston
St, while the agent for the other Copyright Libraries +may+ request their
four copies. It is all a bit confusing tho' but they did tell me they're not
making any further claims for the rest of this year.
Mr Smail might still be valid too - I'd recommend e-mailing them - I have
several addresses, try either:
Legal Deposits E-mail Address(es): [log in to unmask]
Copyright Libraries Agent - [log in to unmask]
A Chide's Alphabet
Painting Without Numbers
----- Original Message -----
From: "Douglas Clark" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2001 11:35 AM
Subject: Copyright copies of books/pamphlets
> I am currently having great fun with my 'Kitten POems'
> pamphlet. Creating POstscript files and editing text,
> consulting with my printer, and getting the cat photographed
> this afternoon for the front cover.
> My memory tells me that there must be one change in my usual
> routine. I usually send 5 copies to Mr A.T.Smail at Euston
> Road, LOndon for distribution to the Copyright LIbraries.
> I think this has changed but cant find the documentation.
> I have an address for the Legal Deposit Office at Boston Spa,
> Yorkshire. Does this replace Mr Smail.
> If I were a member of the British-poets list I would ask there,
> but I know Robin Hamilton and DAvid Bircumshaw are working on
> a book so I thought I would ask here. THanks in advance for any
> Douglas Clark, Bath, England mailto: [log in to unmask]
> Lynx: Poetry from Bath ..........