Rights and Permissions
Frequently Asked Questions
For permission to reproduce material from a Hendrickson Publishing Group title or for translation and publication rights, please submit your request in WRITING VIA MAIL, FAX, OR E-MAIL:
Hendrickson Publishing Group
Rights and Permissions
P.O. Box 3473 Peabody, MA 01961-3473 USA
Please allow at least 30 business days for a response. All inquiries will be handled in the order received.
If the original material was published in the United States before 1923, it is in the public domain and can be used without permission from the current publisher. In some cases Hendrickson holds the rights to the typesetting of such materials. In that event, Hendrickson grants educational and other not-for-profit institutions permission to photocopy these materials free of charge for the use of their own constituents. They should be correctly cited, including author, title, copyright date, and publisher.
Copyright protection remains in effect irrespective of a book’s out-of-print status. Please check with Hendricksons Customer Service Department at email@example.com to determine availability. In some cases retailers such as Christian Book Distributors will have stock when Hendrickson Publishers no longer does.
Hendrickson Publishers hereby grants churches, parachurch organizations, synagogues, and other not-for-profit organizations permission to use material from publications copyrighted by Hendrickson Publishers in their Sunday bulletins, newsletters, and other short-term non-book publications free of charge within the following limits: the paragraphs quoted must not amount to a complete chapter of the Hendrickson material or account for fifty percent (50%) of the total work in which they are quoted. Notice of copyright must appear in the work as follows: “[Title] by [author], copyright [date] by Hendrickson Publishers, Peabody, Massachusetts. Used by permission. All rights reserved.”
Hendrickson materials may be quoted and/or reprinted up to and inclusive of 250 words without express written permission of the publisher, provided the paragraphs quoted do not amount to a complete chapter or other stand-alone (such as an entry in a devotional book or collection of stories or sermons) of the Hendrickson material or account for fifty percent (50%) of the total work, individual chapter, or stand-alone in which they are quoted. Notice of copyright must appear on the title or copyright page of the work as follows: “[Title] by [Author], copyright [date] by Hendrickson Publishers, Peabody, Massachusetts. Used by permission. All rights reserved.”
If you are interested in reproducing or incorporating more than 250 words from a Hendrickson resource, please contact:
Rights and Permissions Department
P. O. Box 3473
Peabody, MA 01961-3473
In your request, please include the following information:
- title, author/editor, and ISBN of the Hendrickson work from which the copyright material is to be taken
- exactly what copyright material is to be used, including page numbers and word count
- proposed title of your work
- your publisher’s name—you must have a publisher before permission is granted
- format in which your book will be published (i.e. paperback, hardcover, electronic)
- territory in which your book will be distributed (i.e. U.S., Canada, world)
- print run, proposed retail price, and publication date
- your name, address, e-mail, and phone numbers
Thank you for seeking permission to use Hendrickson Publishers material. Please consult the following guidelines concerning our policy. Your observation of copyright law and consideration of the labor that Hendrickson and its authors invest in each work are appreciated.