Quoting From One of Our Books
Any book published before 1923, regardless of the publisher, is considered to be in the public domain, and you may quote from or reproduce it freely without permission, whether in print or online.
You may quote freely from any of our copyrighted publications, including Swedenborg’s writings, at no charge provided the following conditions are met:
- No one passage is more than 500 words
- The total of all passages used in the work is not more than 5,000 words
- You include the following information within the text or in a footnote or endnote: Title of book, author (including any editors or translators named on the title page), place of publication, publisher, year of publication, and page numbers on which the original quote appeared.
For longer excerpts, please contact our editor John Connolly at email@example.com with a description of the passages you would like to use and of the work in which they will be used, along with your contact information.
If you are interested in publishing one of our works in another language, please contact us for permission to do so. You can speed up the process by filling out our Foreign Rights Information Sheet to give us some basic information about what you have in mind.
Please send any inquiries (or e-mail the form) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also send any paperwork or inquiries via fax to: 610-430-7982
Or by mail to:
320 N. Church Street
West Chester, PA 19380