ALCS is the Authors' Licensing and Collecting Society Ltd, a non-profit organisation that
"represents the interests of all UK writers and ensures that they are fairly compensated for any works that are copied, broadcast or recorded".
The Autumn 2004 edition of its handsome and informative journal, ALCS News, has now reached the desk of the IPKat, who is a grateful member. The organisation gathers in photocopying royalties and all sorts of other income which it then distributes, painlessly and efficiently, to authors. Join it if you can!
ALCS NEWS ALCS NEWS Reviewed by Jeremy on Sunday, November 07, 2004 Rating: 5

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