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Do authors retain copyright on materials published in Kairos What about reprint rights?

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Do authors retain copyright on materials published in Kairos What about reprint rights?

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Authors of accepted manuscripts assign to Kairos: A Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments the right to publish and distribute their text electronically, including publication on the Web and on CD-ROM, and to archive and make it permanently retrievable electronically. Authors retain their copyright, however, so after their project has appeared in Kairos, they may republish their text in any manner they wish–electronic or print–as long as they clearly acknowledge Kairos as its original site of publication. Contributions that have already been published or are being considered for publication elsewhere are not eligible to be considered for publication in Kairos, unless a cross-publishing arrangement has previously been negotiated. -Douglas Eyman We tell our contributors that the journal will maintain archive rights to the pieces we publish — that is, the version that is frozen in /kairos/ space is ours to reference and make available, though not for profit. Similarly,

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