Question: How can I protect my work from being stolen? I’m one of those writers whose work has been stolen. It’s a story for another blog, but one thing is for sure: The feeling of knowing your work was taken without credit or payment can make you feel sick and stupid. Bottom line (as...
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There is no bigger sign of an amateur than someone who's worried about their stuff being stolen. If you worry your show can be stolen… you haven't written it well enough.