Thursday, November 08, 2007

Useful Information on RP Copyright, ISSN, and ISBN

Here's a link to Hxero's Dreamscape on how to get your work copyrighted at the National Library, and how to get either an ISSN or an ISBN number. And with a flowchart, too!

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Back in 2003, we were able to get an ISSN by simply typing a simple form containing information about the publication and sending hard copies of the first two issues to the NLP via courier. After that, we received our number via e-mail a few days later. There were no fees or notarized forms required. We went to this site:

http://www.issn.org/

and then sent e-mail to the NLP using the contact info for the Philippines.

7:24 PM  
Blogger pgenrestories said...

Hey, Anonymous! That's great news. I hope this is till in effect for those needing ISSN's. Saves a trip to Manila for those who are located far from the National Library. Thanks for the info! But if I may ask, how were you able to print the first two issues without ISSN's in the first place (unless you meant that you sent hard copies of mock-ups/dummies of your publications, and not the actual, final finished product).

Thanks again!

7:28 PM  

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