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Copyright

All material published by Self-Counsel Press and International Self-Counsel Press is protected under copyright law. Written permission from the publisher is required if you wish to reproduce our material.

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Permissions

All requests for permission to reproduce material from books published by us must be made in writing (click here to download a printable .pdf form). Please include the ISBN, title and author of the book you wish to reprint from. We will also need to know:

  • the exact material you wish to reprint.
  • the page numbers on which the material appears in our book.
  • title and publisher of your book, proposed date of publication, price, and print run
  • what territories you need permission for (Canada English, World English, World All Languages, etc.).

Email requests will not be accepted.

Please send your request to:

Editorial Permissions, Self-Counsel Press 1481 Charlotte Road North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V7J 1HQ Fax: 604-986-3947 

DOWNLOAD THE PERMISSION REQUEST FILE (PDF)

How long does this take?

It may take from 3 to 6 weeks before you receive a written response to your permission request. (This time will vary depending on the volume of requests we have to process.) Therefore, we ask you to submit a complete request for permission as early in your editorial process as possible. You may follow up on your requests no sooner than 3 weeks after our receipt of your request.


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