The Copyright and Ownership Status of the Fiction of Edgar Rice Burroughs
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Entitled "Under the Moons of Mars", A PRINCESS OF MARS was first published in All-Story magazine in 1912. The same year, TARZAN OF THE APES appeared in the same magazine. Under the copyright laws of the United States, both stories are now in the Public Domain.
This book takes a look at the copyrights and ownerships of the fictional stories of Edgar Rice Burroughs and presents detailed information as to whether each story is still protected by copyright or if it is in the Public Domain, as well as determining who owns the copyright, if it is still protected.
Written by Jerry L. Schneider, the noted author of EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS AND THE SILVER SCREEN and LORD OF THE JUNGLE FILMING LOCATIONS OF CALIFORNIA, as well as many other books on film locations, and who is also the owner and publisher of ERBville Press, Pulpville Press, and other imprints which reprint public domain works of authors, including Burroughs.