If you would like to reproduce an extract from any of the Artemis Publishers' titles please read the following guidelines before submitting a request.

To ensure your request is processed as quickly as possible, please check that the extract and/or illustrations that you wish to use are from an Artemis title. This can be done by checking credits, acknowledgements, and notes on the copyright page of the particular book you wish to quote from, or at the back of the publication. If material is attributed to another source, person or institution OR if the edition was "reprinted by arrangement with...." contact the cited party. If there is a more recent edition published by another company, please contact them.

If you would like to reproduce the entire text of a work please contact our Rights Department.
Provided none of the conditions below apply, if you would like to apply for permission please complete this form
The form is in the folder. Please send it by email to mail@artemispublishers.com
We will endeavor to process your request within 4 weeks. Please note that any information not submitted may result in a further delay in our response time.


Copyright is a legal concept that applies to original written work giving the creator of the work exclusive rights to control its distribution. Copyright lasts for the lifetime of the author plus 70 years after the author's death, after which the work enters the public domain. There are exceptions where a limited amount of material may be used without permission of the copyright owner. Some of these exceptions are listed below:

1. For research and private study

2. For criticism or review

3. In examinations

4. For visually impaired people

This is not an exhaustive list. For further information see the Copyright Designs and Patent Act 1988. If in any doubt as to whether your request falls under these exceptions, please contact us and we shall be pleased to help you.


Copyright in photographs/illustrations usually belongs to, and is the intellectual property of the photographer or illustrator rather than the publisher. You can check the copyright for the item/quotation/figure that you wish to use by looking at the acknowledgements, credits, and notes on the copyright page or at the back of the book. If material is attributed to another source, person or institution, please contact the cited party. Alternatively, you could contact the Association of Photographers http://www.the-aop.org/ or the Association of Illustrators http://www.theaoi.com/


Copyright relates in the text of a letter and belongs to the person who wrote it (or his/her heirs), regardless of the physical ownership of the letter. Please check the copyright page, or any notes to check where the rights lie.

Further permission information to take into account related to particular authors' works
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