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Reprint requests – The Spooky Series

The Spooky Series is published by Globe Pequot Press | Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group. All reprints requests must be submitted in writing either by mail, fax or email.

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Permissions – photocopy, academic use, Internet usage

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Reprint requests – World Folklore Website

There are two types of stories posted on the World Folklore Website. Each has different permissions.

  • Stories marked “public domain” in the citation that appears at the close of each article may be freely reprinted, reproduced, photocopied, posted on educational web sites, used in educational testing, and utilized in other academic ways without additional permission needed from S.E. Schlosser. A reference to the editor and website would be appreciated if you use the version of the story that is published on the WorldFolklore site. Please use the following language in your citation: “This version of the story was edited by S.E. Schlosser and published on WorldFolklore.net.” Digital copies should link to the story URL or homepage.
  • Stories marked “author retellling” in the citation that appears at the close of the article are the copyright of S.E. Schlosser and cannot be reprinted without permission from the author. For stories excerpted from the Spooky Series, please follow the directions in the Spooky Series section above for reprint requests. All other requests should be emailed to Customer Service.

Reprint requests – American Folklore Website

There are two types of stories posted on the American Folklore Website. Each has different permissions.

  • Stories marked “public domain” in the citation that appears at the close of each article may be freely reprinted, reproduced, photocopied, posted on educational web sites, used in educational testing, and utilized in other academic ways without additional permission needed from S.E. Schlosser. A reference to the editor and website would be appreciated if you use the version of the story that is published on the WorldFolklore site. Please use the following language in your citation: “This version of the story was edited by S.E. Schlosser and published on WorldFolklore.net.” Digital copies should link to the story URL or homepage.
  • Stories marked “author retellling” in the citation that appears at the close of the article are the copyright of S.E. Schlosser and cannot be reprinted without permission from the author. For stories excerpted from the Spooky Series, please follow the directions in the Spooky Series section above for reprint requests. All other requests should be emailed to Customer Service.

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S.E. Schlosserhttps://Worldfolklore.net
S.E. Schlosser is the author of the Spooky Series by Globe Pequot Press. She has been telling stories since she was a child, when games of "let's pretend" quickly built themselves into full-length tales acted out with friends. A graduate of both Houghton College and the Institute of Children's Literature, Sandy received her MLS from Rutgers University while working as a full-time music teacher and a freelance author.

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