Sunday, October 5, 2008

How do I register my work with the Copyright Office?

In order to register your work with the Copyright Office, you should visit The copyright office’s website is easy follow, and will lead you through the steps you need to take in order to register your work.

The Copyright Office’s contact information is listed below.

U.S. Copyright Office
101 Independence Avenue SE
Washington, DC 20559-6000
(202) 707-3000

In order to email any questions that you have to the Copyright Office, visit the following website:


vbonnie said...

Alright! You answered all of my questions about where you go to get your work copyrighted. I want to make a link to your site!

erinanderson said...

Thanks for the link, but I couldn't help but wonder what the costs are to copyright your work. I will have to look into that, if I'm ever feeling super creative in the future. Thanks for the helpful hint.


Sarah Gobe said...

The basic cost is $35. Check out the following website for more specific information:

diane said...

is that copyright laws for all written works, including music?

also, I guess if I ever write that book I dreamed of making, I should copyright it before trying to get it published?