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Emily Isaacson, poet


All copyright inquiries should be addressed to:

Emily Isaacson

The Wild Lily Institute

P.O. Box 3366

Mission, B.C. Canada V2V 4J5

Any poem or quote from a poem may be used without permission as long as it is not being re-published or sold. The author must be attributed; the book the quote is from may be attributed as well.

Individual poems may be photocopied for educational purposes in university or classroom contexts, as long as attribution is given to the author and book title.

All images on this website:

Most of the images on this site have been purchased or licensed. Please do not "borrow" any of our 

images as the creator receives the credit from our purchase.

All images have been formally purchased, licensed, or are selected from a database from this web domain site. Please advise us if you feel any image has been used without permission.

Some art is considered general domain if the artist has been dead 100 years. Any formal art by known artists is used under General Domain. All Emily Isaacson's poetry and photography belong to and are copyrighted by the Wild Lily Institute in Canada and the US, and so will not be considered general domain after her death.

Please read the following in regard to "Fair Use" of copyrighted material in any of Emily Isaacson's work, including poetry videos, poetry or websites: Google's Legal Fair Use policy.

Please read the following article regarding how to use citations on your web photos, and accredit the creatohere.

Article on using material from general domain:

"Star Trek's Klingons recite Hamlet's soliloquies. And since Shakespeare and Austen's works are in the public domain, all of these remakes are legal. Books, settings, characters, and stories in the public domain are a rich source of material for writers, as they should be."

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