Answered By: Ana Enriquez
Last Updated: Jul 24, 2019     Views: 5

First, remember that you do not need permission if the work is in the public domain or your use is permitted by fair use or another user's right.

If you do need permission, you need to identify the person (or entity) that holds the rights you seek to license and then contact that person to request permission. It is best to know exactly what permission you are requesting before contacting the rightsholder. If you already have a publisher for your use, it may be able to supply a permission form.

Here are some resources that may be helpful in identifying copyright holders and obtaining permission:

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